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With grassroots support from across all 99 Iowa counties, Guthrie County Attorney Brenna Bird filed petitions in Des Moines today to run as the Republican nominee for Attorney General. With over 6,000 signatures, Bird will be on the ballot to challenge Democrat Tom Miller in November.

“Over the last few weeks, the petition process has taken us all across Iowa,” Bird said, “and has given me the opportunity to talk to so many Iowans. One thing is clear: voters in Iowa are ready for a change in the Attorney General’s office. They want an attorney general who will fight for their constitutional rights and who will Back the Blue. Most importantly, they want an attorney general who will fight back against the Biden Administration’s authoritarianism.”


“Iowans are hurting,” Bird said. “Inflation is through the roof and families are scared. Joe Biden and the radical left are to blame. Instead of fighting back and standing up for Iowans, Tom Miller was one of Joe Biden’s earliest supporters. He’s out of step with Iowa voters and that’s why the voters are going to retire Tom Miller in November.”

Bird concluded by thanking the volunteers and grassroots activists who helped collect petition signatures for her campaign.

“Getting the signatures to run statewide takes a great team and a lot of work,” she said. “I’m grateful to all those who believe in me and cared enough to help collect signatures over the last few weeks. Thank you!”

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. Brenna has been a prosecutor since 2016 and her leadership has been recognized by county attorneys throughout Iowa who have chosen her as President-elect of the Iowa County Attorney Association.

Born and raised on an Iowa farm where she was homeschooled, Brenna graduated from Drake University and went on to receive her Juris Doctor at the University of Chicago. She lives on the family farm in rural Dexter with her husband Bob, an Iraq war veteran, and their son. She is a member of All Saints Church.

Author: Press Release

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