Joined by Ted Cruz and Grassley, Ernst campaigns towards finish line in Northwest Iowa

Joined by Ted Cruz and Grassley, Ernst campaigns towards finish line in Northwest Iowa

Flanked from left by U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, Gov. Kim Reynolds and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, of Texas, U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst speaks in a campaign event to a group of energetic Republican supporters in Le Mars, Iowa, on Friday, Oct. 30, 2020. LE MARS, Iowa — Accompanied by two fellow U.S. senators and Gov. Kim Reynolds, U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst pushed towards the finish line of her re-election campaign with a stop in which she said Republicans should vote to preserve the political balance from shifting to a far left bent. "The folks on the left are trying to radically change who we are as a great nation," Ernst said. "Less government, less government," yelled out Scott Rowe, of Oyens, Iowa, as Ernst finished her remarks to applause from a crowd of 80 people at Brown’s Century Theater in downtown Le Mars. They observed not only Ernst, but also political heavyweights on the Fighting for Iowa tour than moved Friday through Sioux City, Le Mars, Sioux Center and Alta. The notable Republicans stumping with Ernst included Reynolds, U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, of Iowa, and a U.S. senator who had traveled Iowa a lot in 2015, Ted Cruz, of Texas, when unsuccessfully running for president. “The Democrats have gone bat crap crazy. That, by the way, is a technical medical definition. They are galloping to the left," Cruz said. Ernst is vying with Democrat Theresa Greenfield for the U.S. Senate for which final voting will take place on Tuesday, […]

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