Representative Dave Loebsack announced today that he has been awarded the “Problem Solver Seal of Approval” from the group No Labels. Loebsack has been a member of the No Labels organization for more than two years and has worked with other members of the group from both parties to move our nation forward.Read More
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As members have now left Washington to go back to their home states for a 6 week sprint to Election Day, leaving many important issues left on the table, it is no wonder that the 113th Congress will be remembered as the “Do Nothing Congress”. While this Republican-led Congress has not accomplished much to speak of, Dave Loebsack has been able to overcome the Washington gridlock and advance many of his priorities that will benefit the people of Iowa.Read More
Calls for permanent ban on Members of Congress becoming lobbyistsRead More
Today, as Women’s Equality Day is recognized, Representative Dave Loebsack reiterated his call to pass a package of legislation to increase women’s economic security and protect women’s rights. Loebsack has been a leader in Congress on promoting issues that would expand economic opportunities for women.Read More
“Hard to argue about Washington’s lack of progress. It is also hard to imagine that her [Miller-Meeks] presence in the congress would do anything but continue the obstructionism and deadlock for which her party is responsible.”Read More
Sen. Webb, Iowa Veterans Highlight Loebsack’s Work for Veterans; Hold Miller-Meeks Accountable for Failing to Support Veterans
Congressman Dave Loebsack today joined former Senator Jim Webb and Iowa veterans, including Davenport Veteran Arthur Heyderman, to highlight the work he has done on behalf of veterans and their families.Read More
“What the Ethics Committee did wasn’t very ethical, or in the best interest of the taxpaying public.
“It’s good to know there are some people representing us in Congress who understand that, and will do something about it.”Read More
Blog for Iowa is in the bag for Dave Loebsack. We will work to get him re-elected, donate to his campaign, and point out the positive things he is doing. While the corporate media focuses their spotlight on the antics of a dithering Republican Party, we will focus on Loebsack’s good work for Iowans.Read More
CEDAR RAPIDS — It can be tough building a case for re-election when you’re a member of the minority party, but 2nd District Rep. Dave Loebsack thinks his work on economic development and infrastructure issues — and his promise to continue his dogged work to hold Congress accountable — make a pretty good case for another term in the U.S. House.Read More
Congressional redistricting put the Quad-Cities into Iowa’s 2nd District, suggesting that local voters would be choosing between two newcomers.
Instead, Rep. Dave Loebsack established an incumbent’s edge here by learning and adopting a Q-C agenda and reaching out to all levels of our community on both sides of the river. That diligence and outreach earns Loebsack our endorsement over strong Republican challenger John Archer.Read More