NPVIC Status - IOWA
Plains Region Director: Kim Blount Grunert
Iowa State Director: TBD
State Legislative Coordinator: TBD
State Member Relations: TBD
State Groups Liaison: TBD
State Media Relations: TBD
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June 2022 - The Iowa Legislature shows that the NPV Bill has DIED in the House State Government Committee. It is DEAD for this session of the Legislature! The NPVIC bill had one sponsor - Democrat Rep. Jennifer Konfrst.
March 2022 - An update check shows that the NPVIC Bill HF-71 remains stalled in the State Government Committee. The only Sponsor showing is now Drake University professor Rep. Jennifer Konfrst, D-Windsor Hts.
January 2021 - On January 14, Representative Bruce Hunter, D-Des Moines, has introduced the National Popular Vote scheme in the Iowa Legislature. It is Bill HF-71.
We expect a fairly heavy push, from the California-based National Popular Vote office, in Iowa in early 2021.
Iowa is a Republican State, fairly Conservative, though it has leaned to the left-of-center on more than one occasion. Former Governor Chet Culver, in May 2011, endorsed the NPVIC scheme while on a visit to the National Press Club in Washington, DC. There is been no other action taken by Iowa on this proposal.
Iowa has never had the NPVIC introduced into its Legislature.
The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact scheme has been passed only by Democrat legislatures and the backers of the plan desperately need to show that there scheme is "bi-partisan" in nature - something that they have not yet been able to do.
We believe that Iowa is perfect target for the NPVIC sales force in early 2021 just to make this point.
Contact Iowa General Assembly Members
Demand that they take every action possible to STOP the NPVIC whenever it appears.
Iowa Legislature Structure - 2023-2024 Session
In the News ...
WASHINGTON, DC, 10-23-2020 - Electoral College vs. popular vote in the United States. By Associated Press, Clinton-Herald
ALTOONA, 7-21-2020 - OPINION: Iowa could lead 'Great Electoral Compromise'. By Nick Lanning, The Gazette
DES MOINES, 01-02-2020 - Where does Iowa stand in the national popular vote debate? By Gray News Staff, KAIT TV8 News
House of Representatives - Republican
Senate - Republican
Governor - Republican
Send Your Letter to the Editor -
Almost always, your letter needs to be 200 to 250 words or less. Be courteous and simply express your opinion about why you believe that it is in Iowa's best interests to remain in control IOWA's Electoral Votes, and that Iowa needs to REJECT the National Popular Vote interstate Compact every time that it is brought up.
Ames - Ames Tribune
Boone - Boone News-Republican
Carroll - Carroll Times-Herald
Cedar Valley - Cedar Valley Times
Clinton - Clinton Herald
Council Bluffs - The Daily Nonpareil
Creston - Creston News Advertiser
DesMoines - The DesMoines Register
Fort Dodge - The Messenger
Fort Madison - Fort Madison Daily Democrat
Keokuk - Daily Gate City
Mason City - Globe Gazette
Muscatine - Muscatine Journal
Oskaloosa - The Oskaloosa Herald
Ottumwa - Ottumwa Courier
Quad City Times
Sioux City - Sioux City Times
Webster City - The Daily Freeman-Journal
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