Sioux City Journal
October 27, 2016
“…Charles Grassley is today much the same public servant he was when he first arrived in Washington, D.C.”
“He’s an honest man of integrity who reflects the priorities and values of Iowans and stays connected to the needs of his constituents. He continues, each year, to visit all of Iowa’s 99 counties. In other words, he hasn’t lost touch. He remains one of us, his “How ya doin’?” greeting as welcomingly familiar within this state as the fall harvest.”
“Grassley remains a powerful, influential figure (he is chairman of the Judiciary Committee and a senior member of the Finance, Budget and Agriculture committees) and advocate for key sectors of Iowa, including agriculture and renewable energy; a champion for federal government openness and accountability and a watchdog over waste in federal spending; and a conservative stalwart who stands for smaller government, fewer regulations, and lower taxes. He also is a lawmaker who, because he earns respect on either side of the political aisle, works quietly and effectively with both Republicans and Democrats.”
“Not only does Grassley deserve re-election, we wish the halls of Congress were filled with more men and women like him.”
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