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Today, 71 County Sherriffs, Democrats and Republicans, across the state of Iowa have endorsed prosecutor Brenna Bird for Iowa Attorney General over her opponent Tom Miller. A full list of endorsements can be found below.

“Tom Miller has failed law enforcement in Iowa,” Bird said. “As I’ve traveled around the state, I’ve consistently heard from sheriffs that they have never even met Tom Miller – even those who have been in office for many years. That is a disgrace.”

Brenna Bird is the Republican candidate for Iowa Attorney General. As the elected County Attorney for Guthrie County since 2018, Brenna has helped keep Iowa families safe by getting criminals off the street, advocating for victims of crime, and standing up for law enforcement. If elected, she will be a staunch defender of the rule of law and Constitution. To learn more about Brenna Bird’s campaign visit,

“It’s time for an Attorney General who will work law enforcement to keep Iowans safe. That’s why top law enforcement officials in both parties are getting behind our campaign,” Bird continued. “I am grateful to have their support, and I am proud of what Iowa law enforcement does every single day to keep us safe. They are heroes.  Iowans deserve an Attorney General who will work for them.”

A full list of sheriffs can be found below:

Jeff Vandewater, Adair County
Alan Johannes, Adams County
Clark Mellick, Allamakee County
Gary Anderson, Appanoose County
Todd Johnson, Audubon County
Ronald Tippett, Benton County
Greg Elsberry, Boone County
Dan Pickett, Bremer County
Scott Buzynski, Buchanan County
Kory Elston, Buena Vista County
Ken Pingrey, Carroll County
Darby McLaren, Cass County
Warren Wethington, Cedar County
Kevin Pals, Cerro Gordo County
Derek Scott, Cherokee County
Chris Raveling, Clay County
Michael Tschirgi, Clayton County
Bill Greenwalt, Clinton County
James Steinkuehler, Crawford County
Adam Infante, Dallas County
Dave Davis, Davis County
John LeClere, Delaware County
Greg Baloun, Dickinson County
Marty Fisher, Fayette County
Aaron Dodd, Franklin County
Kevin Aistrope, Fremont County
Jack Williams, Greene County
Kirk Dolleslager, Grundy County
Marty Arganbright, Guthrie County
Doug Timmons, HamiltonCounty
David McDaniel, Hardin County
Brandon Doiel, Harrison County
Robert Gerdes Jr, Hancock County
Rich McNamee, Henry County
Tim Beckman, Howard County
Dean Kruger, Humboldt County
Wade Harriman, Ida County
Robert Rotter, Iowa County
Brent Kilburg, Jackson County
Bart Richmond, Jefferson County
Greg Graver, Jones County
Casey Hinnah, Keokuk County
Stacy Weber, Lee County
Brad Turner, Louisa County
Stewart Vander Stoep, Lyon
Jason Sandholdt, Marion County
Joel Phillips, Marshall County
Travis Oetter, Mills County
Greg Beaver, Mitchell County
Jeffrey Pratt, Monona County
Jon Spunaugle, Montgomery County
Quinn Riess, Muscatine County
Rob Haley, Ringgold County
Kevin Wollmuth, Osceola County
Lyle Palmer, Page County
John King, Palo Alto County
Steve Nelson, Pocahontas County
Andy Brown, Pottawattamie County
Kevin McClure, Sac County
Tim Lane, Scott County
Neil Gross, Shelby County
Dennis Kucera, Tama County
Josh Weed, Taylor County
Dan Tedrow, Van Buren County
Jared Schneider, Washington County
Joe Carico, Warren County
Keith Davis, Wayne County
Chad Sheehan, Woodbury County
Dan Fank, Worth County
Jason Schluttenhofer, Wright County

Author: Press Release


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