Dave Dicks, conservative community leader, small business owner, and lifelong Iowa resident announced his campaign for Iowa House District 46. The newly redistricted seat includes the Northeast portion of Dallas County and a section of Western Polk County.
Dave has served his local GOP for 12 years from a Central Committee member to Secretary of the Polk County GOP. Dicks has been elected to serve on Platform, Credentials, and Rules Committees from county to the state level. In addition to his extensive community involvement, Dave is the proud father to four adult children who serve as a paramedic, police officer, and in the US Navy and Marines.
“As a traditional conservative, I believe the three forms of government should be respected and maintained to ensure accountability,” said Dicks. “I decided to run for state representative because the people of district 46 want to be happy, safe and free. As their representative, I am going to fight for them to make sure they are happy, safe, and free!”
Dicks believes in the right to free speech, religion, bear arms, and the Constitution created by the Founding Fathers. As an adopted child, Dave is a fierce advocate for life and allowing parents to determine how their children are educated.
When asked what his agenda is for serving the people of Iowa House District 46, Dicks said, “As a state representative, I would work to abolish the state income tax, create tax breaks for the elderly, and cut useless spending.” He also plans to find ways to create stability for Iowans during this time of extreme inflation and introduce legislation to protect and support our first responders.
Dave Dicks will be holding his formal campaign kickoff on Thursday, March 3rd from 6-7:30 pm. People in House District 46 are invited to attend. It will be in Grimes at the Main Street Venue, 321 SE Main St.