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IA-Sen: IA Dems Launch “Election Year Ernst” Website Exposing Joni Ernst's (R) Abysmal Record

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Here’s the latest today out of Iowa:

Iowa Democrats are launching a one-stop shop for voters to learn about what they call Sen. Joni Ernst’s six years of political corruption and failure to fight for Iowans in Washington.

The first-term Republican promised to “make Washington squeal,” but instead put her special interest donors first, according to the Iowa Democratic Party.

“Ernst quickly fell into Washington’s corrupt ways as a rubber stamp for corporate bailouts and Mitch McConnell’s partisan agenda — no matter the cost to Iowans,” the party said in announcing Monday’s launch of to hold Ernst accountable for her record.

“Sen. Ernst made Iowans a promise to cut big spending in Washington, but all she’s done is send working families the bill for bailouts for Big Oil, Big Pharma and the corporate special interests bankrolling her campaign,” said Jeremy Busch, Iowa Democratic Party spokesman. “The truth is, Iowans are sick and tired of their senator putting Mitch McConnell and corporate special interests first. They’re ready for a new leader who will never stop fighting for them.”

Click here to check out the website.

Also, Theresa Greenfield (D. IA) is slamming Ernst on the economy:


Let’s flip Iowa Blue again. Click below to donate and get involved with Greenfield, Biden and their fellow Iowa Democrats campaigns:

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