Democratic candidates for state office get warm reception
SECTION: Iowa Life centerpiece(Photo: Rodney White/The Des Moines Register)New to the ballot Democrats for statewide "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" offices in Iowa tested their messages on the friendliest possible audience on Saturday the delegates to the party's state convention.
The party is putting up three first time candidates for statewide offices: Brad Anderson for secretary "Anabolika Definition" of state, Sherri Taha for secretary of agriculture and Jon Neiderbach for state auditor.
Anderson, who is Masteron For Endurance running for an open seat against Republican Paul Pate, described his candidacy as a rebuttal to the administration of incumbent Matt Schultz, who focused the office on identifying and attempting to prosecute voter fraud.
"This race used to be about mechanic's liens and business filings and kind of sleepy," Anderson said. "But now it's arguably about one Masteron For Size of the most important civil rights issues facing our generation, and that's "Anadrol 50" protecting our right to vote."
Schultz declined to seek re election and ran for Congress instead. Pate "Oxandrolone Powder India" previously served as secretary of state in the 1990s.
Taha, a Polk County Soil Water Conservation District commissioner who took the convention stage to the Woody Guthrie Oral Steroids With Or Without Food folk classic "This Land is Your Land," called for a "balanced approach" to agriculture and land management in Iowa.
The Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship under Secretary Bill Northey isn't working for Iowans, she said, noting water pollution caused by farm runoff "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" and "food deserts" in urban and rural areas in which residents can't get access to healthy foods.
"We must have diversity in our agricultural landscape not only to preserve our natural resources but also to contribute to the economic viability of our local communities," she said.
Neiderbach, who previously served on the Des Moines school board, acknowledged the difficulties Democrats have had in running for auditor but criticized incumbent Republican Mary Mosiman for not taking an expansive enough view of the office's responsibilities. Mosiman's audits, he said, "just don't have any relation at all to what the Iowa Code says should be in them.".