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Last week, after completing two debates, one clear message emerged: Joni Ernst (R-Red Oak) has spent her entire life serving the people of Iowa, while former Colby Interests executive Theresa Greenfield (D-Country Club Knolls) has always looked out for herself.

In a truly head-scratching line from Saturday’s debate, Greenfield said she was proud of her “service” as a real estate executive. But Greenfield’s shady business record makes it clear the only person she was “serving” was herself.  Greenfield’s “service” includes being sued for fraud and breach of contract, kicking out small businesses for a massive foreign corporation, along with her previous congressional campaign ending in felony election fraud.

In stark contrast, Joni has dedicated her life to service in the military, in local government in rural Montgomery County, and as one of the most bipartisan senators of the last 25 years, as recognized by Georgetown University.

“Theresa Greenfield’s self-serving business record pales in comparison to Joni Ernst’s career of service from the military to local government, to her bipartisan work in the US Senate.  While Joni has spent her entire life serving Iowa, Greenfield has always looked out for herself, as evidenced by her company’s lawsuits and kicking small businesses to the curb,” said Joni Ernst spokesperson Melissa Deatsch.  “With so much at stake, Joni Ernst is the leader we can trust to continue serving Iowa.”  

Author: Press Release