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The Campaigns in Linn County
County Seat: Cedar Rapids
More Cities and Towns: Alburnett, Center Point, Central City, Coggon, Covington, Ely, Fairfax, Hiawatha, Indian Creek, Lisbon, Marion, Midway, Mount Vernon, Palo, Paris, Prairieburg, Robins, Springville, Sutliff, Toddville, Troy Mills, Viola, Walker, Waubeek, Whittier.
VOTER REGISTRATION (Nov. 1, 2007 Active)
86 precincts of 1,784 precincts statewide
Auditor Joel Miller Edwards
County Attorney Harold Denton
Recorder Joan McCalmant
Sheriff Donald Zeller Edwards
Treasurer Mike Stevenson
Supervisor Lu Barron Obama
Supervisor James Houser
Supervisor Linda Langston Obama
19-Rob Hogg of Cedar Rapids. Clinton
17-Wally E. Horn of Cedar Rapids. Clinton
15-Robert E. Dvorsky of Coralville (Johnson County). Obama
36-Swati Dandekar of Marion. Clinton
29-Ro Foege of Mt. Vernon. Edwards
38-Tyler Olson of Cedar Rapids. Obama
37-Art Staed of Cedar Rapids. Edwards
33-Dick Taylor of Cedar Rapids. Biden
34-Todd Taylor of Cedar Rapids. Clinton
18-Mary Lundby of Marion. Giuliani
35-Kraig Paulsen of Hiawatha. FThompson
Local Party Leadership
Linn County Democratic Central Committee. (319) 362-6275
Chairman - Michael Robinson of Central City.
1st Vice Chair - Diane Hoffmann
2nd Vice Chair - Norm Sterzenbach
Secretary - Linda Chavez
Treasurer - DJ Arnold
Financial Secretary - Kay Hale Dodd
Linn County Republican Party.
Chairman - Jim Conklin of Marion.
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Co-Chairman - Harold Barnes of Marion.
Treasurer - Lauri Hamilton of Cedar Rapids.
Secretary - Janet Johnson of Cedar Rapids.
TO THE STATE CONVENTION
202 of 2,500 (8.08%)
of REGISTERED REPUBLICANS STATEWIDE
5.76% (34,586 of 600,572)
Field Office: 215 3rd St. S. W., Suite 1, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 319.366.0218
State Rep. Dick Taylor of Cedar Rapids (7/3/07)
Margaret Moore, Walker City Councilwoman
Everett Moore, former Walker Mayor
Sara Riley, Attorney
State Chair: Former Cedar Rapids Mayor Paul Pate
State Co-Chair (one of five): Iowa Senate Minority Leader Mary Lundby of Marion
County Chair: Craig Nelson
County Co-Chairs: Will Gries, Jacob Nieuwsma, Nicholas Pottebaum
Brent and Renee Schulte: Renee ran as the Republican candidate for the Iowa Senate in 2006. She currently is an adjunct professor at Mt. Mercy College in Cedar Rapids. She serves as a board member of House of Hope, Aid to Women, and the League of Women Voters. They are both active members of Antioch Christian Church, where Brent is Discipleship Pastor at Antioch Church, and Renee is a women's ministry leader.
Tom and Kathy Potts: Kathy is a former Chair of the Linn County Republican Party. She is an advisory board member for the Iowa Federation of Republican Women, as well as the National Federation of Republican Women. Tom is an engineer at Rockwell Collins. They have four children.
Tim Palmer: Tim is a small business owner in the food manufacturing industry, founding Clover Hill Creations in 2001. He serves on the Board of Directors for Hawkeye Area Council of Boy Scouts of America. Tim and his wife, Carol, are members of Antioch Christian Church and have nine children.
Don Palmer: Don was the Republican candidate for the Iowa House District 38 in 2006. He is a lifelong Iowan, Boy Scout Leader and teaches Sunday School at First Lutheran Church.
Frank Sladek: Frank has been involved in Linn County Republican politics for nearly 30 years. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of Speech Communication Theatre at Kirkwood Community College. He is very active in Spirit of Faith Family Church, the Boy Scouts of America, and the Hawkeye Area Council.
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