Sunday evening, Jeremy Taylor, Republican candidate for Iowa’s Fourth Congressional District, participated in a debate hosted by Crawford County Republican Women, the Crawford County GOP, and KDSN Radio.
Jeremy Taylor Commented:
“We are pleased that Fourth district voters finally have an opportunity to see their Congressional candidates head to head. After cancellations in January by KSCJ in Sioux City and KIWA in Sheldon due to an unwillingness by Randy Feenstra and Steve King to debate, KDSN was gracious enough to give them another chance and our call was answered last night,” said Jeremy Taylor.
Jeremy Taylor went on to say, “I look forward to more debates and have committed to a live televised debate on PBS on May 14th. I urge media outlets to continue to challenge us as candidates with voters’ hard questions. The voters’ hard questions show how we are different from one another for Republican primary voters to make the best informed decision ahead of the June 2 primary. Last night, we argued that Iowa’s Fourth needs a constitutionalist who has specific policy solutions, has the trust of conservatives, and can sit on committees to affect Iowa 4th District concerns and values. The response from last night has been overwhelmingly encouraging.”