Governor Kim Reynolds has endorsed Barb Kniff McCulla (R-Pella) for Iowa House District 37 ahead of the June 7th Republican Primary. The governor believes Barb will help enact a pro-taxpayer, pro-family, and a pro-parent agenda in 2023.
“This election gives us an incredible opportunity to elect a strong, conservative leader like Barb Kniff McCulla to the Iowa state legislature,” said Gov. Reynolds. “Barb knows how to grow a business, create jobs, and will help our rural communities thrive. I am proud to endorse her and encourage Iowans in the district to get out and vote for her in the Republican Primary on June 7th.”
“I look forward to working with Gov. Reynolds to advance conservative legislation in Iowa and that includes cutting taxes, supporting law enforcement and promoting parental choice in education,” said Barb Kniff McCulla. “Gov. Reynolds’ strong leadership is moving Iowa in the right direction and I look forward to fighting alongside her.”
The governor is urging voters to turn out in the Republican Primary held on Tuesday June 7th, and support Republican Candidate Barb Kniff McCulla for Iowa House District 37. House District 37 includes parts of Jasper, Marion, and Mahaska counties.