The Iowa Republican: A conservative slate -- Recap of the Sioux City gubernatorial debate
Excerpted from this post at The Iowa Republican
While activists may debate the credentials of the Republican candidates for Governor, it seems "conservative values voters" are the focus of the candidates in advance of the primary. At the most recent debate, held in Sioux City on October 27th, the four candidates emphasized their conservative credentials before a large and engaging crowd of 250 to 300 people. Candidates Christian Fong, Rob Roberts, Chris Rants and Bob Vander Plaats impressed many in the crowd with their professionalism and grasp of the issues. Said Linda Holub, a well-known conservative activist, "I was very impressed with all of the candidates. All four gentlemen present a stark contrast to Governor Culver, and I was pleased they championed conservative values that resonate with voters."
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