Republicans FLIP long-time Democrat Iowa State House seat

Republicans FLIP long-time Democrat Iowa State House seat


Republicans flipped a historically Democrat State House seat in Iowa during Tuesday’s special election in what is the first of many red seats to come in the upcoming midterm elections.

Republican Jon Dunwell defeated Democrat Steve Mullen with a 60 percent to 40 percent margin. Republicans flipped the seat in Newton, Iowa that has been won by Democrats for several decades.

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds, a Republican, quickly congratulated Dunwell on his victory, tweeting that “Iowans have spoken loud and clear in these last two special elections about the direction we are taking the state.”

Iowans have spoken loud and clear in these last two special elections about the direction we are taking the state. Candidates who stood strongly for parental choice, personal

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