Iowa’s deadlines for requesting an absentee ballot and for voter pre-registration have passed, but there are still opportunities for Iowans to register and vote. These are the options in the final days of voting in the 2020 general election.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden made his first appearance in Iowa since his fourth-place finish in the Iowa caucuses in February.
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Republicans have controlled the Iowa House of Representatives, Senate, and governor’s office since 2016. Democrats see this as their year to flip the Iowa House and break the Republican Party’s control over the Iowa Capitol.
Exports are buoying the U.S. pork sector.
The mark set Friday by Texas, with its 38 electoral votes, also comes on the last day of early voting in the state. Texas, once a reliably red state, is seen as a "toss-up" heading into Election Day.
Short conversations on the week’s top stories across the state.
A Republican candidate for a House race in North Carolina is getting attention for his young age and for what critics say are thinly veiled white nationalist views.
Days away from the general election, NPR reporters discuss real and perceived election threats.
Lawyers for Rickia Young, 28, and her son said she was battered, separated from the child for hours, and kept in handcuffs while being treated at a hospital. No charges have been filed against her.
Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin said it will begin Friday, 10 p.m. and continue through Saturday, 5 a.m., citing the need to keep events under control, as the city braces for protests against police brutality.
Voters in Iowa will choose four representatives to serve in the U.S. House and one representative to serve in the U.S. Senate this election. Find interviews with the candidates and learn more about the races from IPR News.
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