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MATHIS STUMPS IN IOWA FALLS
Matthew Rezab | Iowa Falls Times Citizen

State Sen. Liz Mathis just happened to be campaigning for the U.S. House of Representatives in Iowa Falls on June 24, the day the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade sending abortion laws back to individual states – and she wasn’t happy about it.  “Most of us, the women in here have only known […]

LIZ MATHIS JOINS FELLOW CANDIDATES AND SUPPORTERS AT HOT DOG CAUCUS IN WINTHROP
Independence Bulletin Journal

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa—Liz Mathis, an Iowa State Senator who is running for Congress in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District, spoke with supporters at the Buchanan County Democrats Hot Dog Caucus, Monday, June 20. The Buchanan County Democratic Party grilled up hot dogs and brats and provided homemade salads and desserts at the Last Homestead event barn […]

MATHIS STATEMENT ON HINSON VOTING AGAINST LIFESAVING FUNDING TO FIX DEADLY BLACK HAWK AND LINN COUNTY INTERSECTIONS

U.S. Congressional Challenger Liz Mathis Is Holding Rep. Hinson Accountable for Opposing the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Which Brings $5 Billion to Iowa to Fix Roads and Bridges CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa –Today, the Iowa Transportation Commission approved new road improvement projects, including enhancements to U.S. 63 in Tama County and safety upgrades to two of northeast Iowa’s […]

Fact Checker: Iowa voucher bill doesn’t add transparency rules for private schools
Gazette Fact Checker Team | The Gazette

Iowa lawmakers are stirring up debate again before adjourning the 2022 legislative session over Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds’ proposal to spend taxpayer funds on private school tuition assistance. State Sen. Liz Mathis, D-Hiawatha, a candidate running to unseat Republican U.S. Rep. Ashley Hinson in Iowa’s new 2nd District, posted March 31 on Twitter criticizing the […]

Iowa Democrats Mathis, Bohannan say Democrats are upbeat about elections
Erin Murphy | The Courier

DES MOINES — Iowa Democrats Liz Mathis and Christina Bohannan are staring into the face of blustery political headwinds. They are running for federal office in the first election since their party took power in the nation’s capital. And the president, a member of their party, has low approval ratings across the country — 42%, […]