DISTRICT 2 REMATCH: Miller-Meeks to Run Against Loebsack

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Democrat Dave Loebsack will compete against Republican Party nominee Mariannette Miller-Meeks for the U.S. Representative District 2 seat in November.

With 403 out of 425 precincts reporting, Miller-Meeks received 48.8-percent of the vote.  Mark S. Lofgren followed with 38.9-percent and Matthew C. Waldren had 12.1-percent, respectively.

Miller-Meeks’ is an ophthalmologist who has served for three years as the Director of the Iowa Department of Public Health. She says she wants to bring a “problem-solving, common-sense Iowa attitude to Congress.”

“I’m running because as a doctor I couldn’t sit on the sidelines as the Affordable Care Act jeopardizes the healthcare of Iowans,” said Miller-Meeks. “We were promised that premiums would go down and quality and access would go up, but we’re seeing the opposite as the law is being implemented.”

Miller-Meeks unsuccessfully ran against Loebsack in 2008 and 2010.

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