Iowa Delegation responds. Most stories just have the senators, Boswell, and Krazy King, but Dave Loebsack makes the morning Register:
"It's a good start for the conversation. It doesn't go far enough ... I remain adamant about beginning immediately to disengage. I hope we can all work together to take up a real solution to this."
In Linn County, Robins mayor/former Dem Chair Joel Miller throws his hat in the ring for auditor.
School district announces sales tax forums:
The Iowa City School District will hold the first of three public forums on the proposed 1-cent sales tax for school buildings at 7 p.m. Monday at Northwest Junior High, 1507 Eighth St. in Coralville.
Superintendent Lane Plugge will present information on the proposed school infrastructure local option sales tax vote, which is scheduled for Feb. 13.
Two other public forums on the tax are planned for Jan. 8 at North Central Junior High and Jan. 11 at South East Junior High.
Johnson County Dems regroup tonight in post-election mode. Maybe I'll have some news. In the meantime I can't tell if this is a hoax or not:
The Furry Four are quite concerned.