Northwest Iowa — During the recently completed Iowa State Fair for 2019, the Iowa Secretary of State’s Office conducted a straw poll to gauge voter support for candidates that are running for statewide and national elective office.
One of the races, of course, involved the four individuals running for the Republican nomination for the 4th District seat in the U.S. Congress, the seat currently held by Steve King. The Straw Poll revealed some interesting numbers in the Republican field for that race.
Four individuals are seeking the 4th District nomination. State Senator Randy Feenstra of Hull, received 29.86% of the votes in the Secretary of State’s Straw Poll. Bret Richards garnered 8.46%, and Jeremy Taylor grabbed 7.17% of the vote. Despite the criticism aimed at the incumbent, Representative Steve King, he received a whopping 55.51% of the votes in the Straw Poll.
For a look at the 4th District race, as well as all the other statewide races included in the Straw Poll, visit the Iowa Secretary of State’s website by CLICKING HERE.