Early voting is underway in Iowa and now is your chance to cast a ballot for Progressive Candidates in several high profile races. You can cast your early ballot at … Continue Reading Poll: Who Will You Vote Early For?
J.D. Scholten, Democratic candidate for the U.S. House in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District, today reported an impressive fourth quarter fundraising total of over $219,000, which includes over $211,000 from more … Continue Reading Scholten Blows by King in Campaign Fundraising
A special election to replaced disgraced Republican Senator Bill Dix is now underway in Senate District 25 and progressive candidate Tracy Freese has that seat in her sights. A small … Continue Reading Vote Today: Progressive Freese Makes Move for Vacated Seat
Cathy Glasson is the sole Iowa gubernatorial candidate to receive the Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate Distinction for “standing up for gun violence prevention and recognizing gun safety.” Glasson … Continue Reading Glasson Earns Stamp of Approval from Anti-Gun Violence Organization
After three weeks of work, the Polk County Platform committee presented their draft of the 2018 Polk County Platform for debate and ratification and the final product included some planks … Continue Reading Progressives Push Polk Platform Left
The landscape in the Third District Congressional race has changed dramatically over the past week and is now even more up in the air as anticipated frontrunner in the Democratic … Continue Reading Greenfield Fails to Make Ballot; Seeking Other Options
by Jason Frerichs Reyma describes herself as a “born again Iowan” and she is running for a spot in the legislature in Iowa’s House District 38. Reyma moved to Iowa … Continue Reading I Stand With Reyma McCoy McDeid
“Money remains the largest barrier to participating in our democracy.” – Austin Frerick Winterset — Austin Frerick announced that he would end his campaign for the Democratic nomination in … Continue Reading Frerick Suspends Campaign
Earlier Wednesday morning Progressive candidate for Governor, Jonathan Neiderbach officially ended his bid for Terrace Hill in a statement on his campaign’s Facebook page. According to Bleeding Heartland, he has endorsed … Continue Reading Neiderbach Ends Gubernitorial Bid
In a very close vote a controversial public measure that would have increased the Des Moines metro sales tax by 17% was defeated at the polls according to unofficial results … Continue Reading Measure A Defeated in Close Vote
Citing her love and passion for Des Moines’ Eastside and a desire to bring “real leadership” and representation to the area, Heather Ryan officially announced in a video on Monday … Continue Reading Ryan Changes Course from National to Local
PVI will continue to monitor changes to caucus locations to the best of our ability. Be sure to check the Iowa Democratic Party website for the most up to date … Continue Reading BREAKING: The Caucus Will Go On But Some Locations Have Changed
For a detailed report of the results click here Progressive candidates Pete D’Alessandro and Austin Frerick both ended up in a statistical tie in our Third District Congressional Race poll, … Continue Reading RESULTS: Who Do You Want to See Take on David Young?
As we approach caucus day PVI will be publishing a poll every Monday and Friday for the next two weeks to gauge the public’s opinion on the congressional races in … Continue Reading Who Do You Want to See Take on David Young?
A detailed report of the results can be found here. George Ramsey III took the top spot in our First District Congressional Race poll, edging out former Sanders National Delegate … Continue Reading Results: Who Do You Want to See Take on Rod Blum?
Just weeks after being the first Iowa endorsement for the national office for Our Revolution, 3rd District Congressional candidate, Pete D’alessandro, got another huge name in his corner. Vermont Senator … Continue Reading D’alessandro Receives Coveted Endorsement