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Marion County Poll Sites

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For those who wish to go to the polls to vote in the June 2 Republican and Democratic primary elections, Marion County has reduced...

Marion County Republicans host Congressional forum

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The Marion County Republican Party hosted a Facebook Live forum May 14 which featured every candidate seeking the GOP nomination for Iowa’s Second Congressional...

Borchardt seeks House nomination

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Tim Borchardt of Iowa City is seeking the Republican nomination for Iowa's Second Congressional Seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Borchardt is concerned...

Iowa Democratic Party Announces Updated County Convention Process

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DES MOINES — Today, the Iowa Democratic announced an updated County Convention process to be conducted remotely over the month of April. The updated,...

Mauro seeks Democratic nomination for Iowa’s U.S. Senate seat

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Eddie Mauro describes himself as someone who has spent a lifetime in community service, and he hopes to translates his over 20 years of...

Phillips seeks Republican nomination for IA-02

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Rick Phillips of Pella is seeking the Republican nomination for Iowa's Second Congressional District, the seat that will be vacated when Dave Loebsack retires...

Roorda running for Senate District 40

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Lance Roorda is seeking the Iowa Senate District 40 seat, which includes Pella and Lake Prairie Township in Marion County. Roorda is the therapist...

Deadline to file for County offices remains Wednesday

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The deadline to file to get on the June 2 primary ballots for Marion County offices is Wednesday, March 25, at 5 p.m. Paperwork...

Voter turnout over 20 percent

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One of the goals the Legislature had when it combined the City and School Board elections was to increase voter turnout. In Marion County,...

Greene, Beier elected to Pleasantville Board

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The Pleasantville School Board will have two new members, according to unofficial results from the Marion County Auditor's Office Tuesday night. Carol Beier led...