Macomb city council members are still deciding whether to seek voter input on the future of the city’s February election.
One year from this week – on Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 – people will vote on all 435 Representatives in Congress, a third of the 100 U.S. Senators, and dozens of governors, and labor is choosing where to use its resources.
The results are in for the contested races in the Nov. 5, 2013 general election in southeast Iowa. Write-in winners are also included.
The candidates for Keokuk's open Alderman At-Large seat bring different ideas for improving the city to the race.
The candidates for three open seats on the Burlington City Council have a monumental, multi-million dollar task on their hands when they take office in January.
The candidates vying to lead Fort Madison for the next two years each feel they have the vision, attitude and ability to move the city forward.
The McDonough County clerk is asking the city to no longer hold a primary in February of odd-numbered years.
The race for the mayor’s office in Keokuk features a pair of candidates who say they have what it takes to lead the city for the next two years.
Bob Morawitz is seeking the 2nd ward seat on the Fort Madison City Council, in part, because he wants to protect the city's history.
Brian Joy says improving and enhancing Keokuk’s downtown district would be a top priority for him if he is elected to the city council on November 5.