No legislator has done more to protect Iowa’s kids in Iowa schools than State Sen. Jake Chapman. And it shouldn’t come as a surprise as Chapman has a consistent conservative record in the Iowa Senate.
More importantly, he leads on the issues. Chapman doesn’t just vote for conservatism when the opportunity presents itself on the floor in the Senate — he pushes an agenda that Iowa conservatives should be proud of!
More impressive is the fact that Chapman’s conservative leadership didn’t stop when he was elected to, well, leadership. As Senate President Chapman isn’t as publicly involved in things during the process like he was previously, but it hasn’t stopped him from taking the torch of sanity, liberty and innocence for children.
Last year Chapman led on defending Iowans against Big Tech Censorship despite being Senate President. This year he has led on protecting the innocence of children in Iowa schools and school libraries.
It is one thing for individual legislators to do this, but quite another for a member of leadership. Typically leadership plays it safe. But Chapman has shown a unique willingness to tackle issues that are a matter of good and evil regardless of “politics.”
Prior to the last couple of years, Chapman led on life, led on tax issues and led on Second Amendment issues. It is actually pointless to try to list all the conservative issues he has led on because it encompasses everything anyone could ask for.
What’s more, he has taken enough arrows from the opposition to know what is coming each and every time he has led — but he does it anyway.
Chapman has a history of being the legislator who most consistently votes in alignment with the Republican Party platform as well.
It should be noted that the Iowa Senate Republicans deserve credit for putting someone like Chapman in leadership. It speaks volumes when it comes to the chamber’s conservative credentials.
Every Iowan concerned about kids in schools cannot vote for Chapman — but they can, and should, support him.
No Republican state senator has pushed the buttons of the left-wing radicals in this state like Chapman has. He’ll undoubtedly be a top target for Senate Democrats.
If conservatives in Iowa want to send a strong message to the other Republicans who aren’t as eager to fight for what is right, they should show Chapman their support in one way or another.
Those willing to support Sen. Chapman’s re-election can donate to his campaign here. It is imperative — imperative — that Iowans who want a more conservative crew of legislators support the conservative leaders already there.
Chapman is undoubtedly one of those.