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Liz Bennett for Iowa House - District 65 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa



“I have the energy and perspective needed to work for progress in Iowa.” - Liz

As State Representative, Liz will prioritize the following issues:


Combatting Climate Change

Raising the Minimum Wage

World Class Education Starting with Preschool

Bringing Good Paying Jobs to Iowa

Attracting and Retaining Young Professionals

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Liz Bennett's Statement on Climate Change, and the Environment

October 1, 2014Press Release

With the November 4 election approaching, it is important for candidates to make clear their views on important issues. As I have knocked on the doors of voters in my district, it has become clear that environmental policy in Iowa is one of the top issues in the minds of District 65’s voters. As voters head to the polls on election day, I want everyone to know where I stand on the environment.

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Liz Bennett makes her candidacy official

February 28, 2014Press Release

CEDAR RAPIDS – With an agenda focusing on further improving Iowa’s economy and public schools, Liz Bennett officially filed papers with the Secretary of State office Friday announcing her candidacy for Iowa House District 65. “It’s time for people of my generation to take responsibility for the future of our state,” Bennett said. “I have the energy, experience and perspective to work for a bright future in Iowa, and I am looking forward to earning the votes of my neighbors in House District 65 After Iowa House District 65 Rep.

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Democratic primary taking shape in southeast Cedar Rapids district

February 27, 2014News Clip

One Democrat is announcing her fundraising success while another is announcing his candidacy for the party’s nomination in a southeast Cedar Rapids Iowa House district.

Liz Bennett is reporting she’s raised $12,000 for her campaign in Iowa House 65, currently held by Rep. Tyler Olson, also a Democrat.

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Liz Bennett has head start in Iowa House district 65

February 27, 2014News Clip

When State Representative Tyler Olson launched his campaign for governor this summer, I expected several Democrats to jump at the chance to represent Iowa House district 65. According to the latest figures from the Iowa Secretary of State, the Cedar Rapids seat Olson will vacate at the end of next year contains 9,510 registered Democrats, 4,859 Republicans, and 7,369 no-party voters.

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