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Democrat Gubernatorial Candidate Makes Stop In Sheldon

Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Fred Hubbell (center) talks with voters in Sheldon Friday morning

 

Sheldon, Iowa — One of the Democrats seeking his party’s nomination for Governor of Iowa was in Sheldon Friday morning, making his case to area voters as to why he should be their candidate.

Former businessman Fred Hubbell met with the public at Cook’s Cafe Friday morning. Later he talked to KIWA, and told us a little about his background.

We asked Hubbell why he’s running for Governor.

Hubbell talked about his priorities if elected.

There are currently approximately seven Democrats vying for the right to face Republican incumbent Kim Reynolds in this fall’s general election

Hubbell was in northwest Iowa Friday as part of his “Putting People First Tour.”

Below are a few photos from Hubbell’s visit to Sheldon.

Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Fred Hubbell listens to question from area resident

 

Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Fred Hubbell sips coffee while meeting with voters in Sheldon Friday morning

 

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