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
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
By: Brian McLain Over the past several weeks a campaign funded by big money donors and developers to push a one-cent sales tax increase across Polk County has ramped up through town … Continue Reading From the Desk of the Editor: Measure A is Not the Way
This fictional short story is inspired by the recent massacre in Parkland and the national conversation we are having today about how to best protect our students. CW: gun violence … Continue Reading The Incident at George Washington High, 2059
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?
By Ryan Rogers Another Pop Dem (popular Democratic Party-leaning) speech another contentious debate. “Joe Kennedy III was inspirational.” “Sounds presidential.” “This is what I needed to hear after that Trump … Continue Reading Onward Purity Pony!
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
Pete D’Alessandro, former Iowa Campaign Director for Bernie Sanders, is hosting a meet and greet on January 27th to share his vision for Iowa’s Third District. Further information can be … Continue Reading Third District Congressional Candidate to Hold Meet and Greet
Two years have passed since the Presidential caucuses drew in a record number of first time participants and Progressives are working hard to turn out those numbers again for the … Continue Reading The 2018 Caucuses are Coming
By: Brian McLain What caused the beautiful and thriving businesses, hotels, and shops from the Sixties to turn to ruins and blight? Why were once quality goods now indistinguishable from … Continue Reading From the Editor’s Desk: The Cautionary Tale of Sears
Time is running out: The FCC will vote on Pai’s proposal on Dec. 14. Join the millions who have already spoken out against it. Net Neutrality: What You Need to Know Now When … Continue Reading Call to Action: Break the Internet Before the FCC Does
After winning the majority on Election Day but coming up short of the number needed to avoid a run off, progressive candidate, Ashley Vanorny, was declared the winner of the … Continue Reading BREAKING: Vanorny Defeats Shields for Cedar Rapids Council
We are a group of Iowa based activists who officially endorse Cathy Glasson for Governor of the great state of Iowa. We support our future governor for the following … Continue Reading Iowa Activists For Cathy Glasson
by Jason Frerichs With all the pressing issues of the day, Donald Trump still finds time to engage in a twitter war with LeVar Ball, father of UCLA basketball player … Continue Reading Trump’s Twitter War with LeVar Ball Underlines A Much Larger Problem