Rep. Steve King Faces Four Conservative GOP Challengers In The 4th Congressional Primary

Rep. Steve King Faces Four Conservative GOP Challengers In The 4th Congressional Primary

A screenshot of a forum held over Zoom that the five Republican candidates participated in. The April forum was hosted by KDSN Radio, Crawford County Republican Party and Crawford County Republican Women. Republican Rep. Steve King is seeking a 10th term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He hopes to be reelected to the rural and conservative 4th Congressional District, which spans northwest and north-central Iowa. King has easily won nearly every election, but this time he is facing opposition from four other conservative Republicans who want his seat. There’s little difference in what King and his four challengers stand for. They’re anti-abortion. They want to secure the southern U.S. border. They defend the Second Amendment. “We need an effective conservative that has done proven results,” said state Sen. Randy Feenstra, R-Hull, during a recent primary candidate forum that aired on a radio station in Spencer. Feenstra touts his record in the Iowa Senate as an effective conservative leader who can deliver. He says he’ll bring that to Washington. “I’ll work with President Trump,” Feenstra said. “We’ll build the wall, secure the border. We will defund Planned Parenthood across our country.” Jeremy Taylor of Sioux City is a U.S. Army National Guard Major and chaplain. He’s a former state representative and Woodbury County supervisor . He calls himself a constitutionalist. “I’ll stand for balanced budgets and term limits,” Taylor said, “the Second Amendment, repealing Obamacare, a secure border and for our ag community and for freedom.” Former Irwin Mayor […]

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