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Republican Iowa State Senate candidate, Dave Sires, received the endorsement of a third Iowa lawmaker today. State Representative Josh Meggers, R-Grundy Center, currently represents the House district just west of Iowa Senate District 38. He is an Iowa State Trooper. Meggers joins fellow state representatives Derek Wulf and Phil Thompson in endorsing Sires in the Republican primary set for June 4th.

“Dave Sires will be a great addition to the Iowa Legislature. His work ethic, family values, and ability to work with all groups of people will serve him well as a legislator,” said Meggers. “As a law enforcement officer, I’m very appreciative of Dave’s support of the public safety community. I know he will always be a champion for first responders at the Capitol.”

“I’m grateful for Rep. Megger’s support. Outside of his work in the legislature, Rep. Meggers serves our state as an Iowa State Trooper” said Sires. “I have always stood up for our first responders and will continue to do so in the Iowa Senate.”

Sires is a lifelong resident of Cedar Falls where he and his wife own and operate Cedar Village manufactured housing community and Added Self Storage. He served four years on the Cedar Falls City Council.

Iowa Senate District 38 covers parts of Black Hawk, Tama, and Benton counties representing the cities of Cedar Falls, Hudson, Evansdale, Elk Run Heights, Gilbertville, Washburn, LaPorte City, Traer, Dysart and Mount Auburn.

Author: Press Release


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