About Anderson For Iowa
Here in Iowa, we’ve earned a national reputation for civic participation, transparency and innovation. We take our right to vote seriously. We help pick American Presidents. We even invented the computer.
But recently too many eligible voters have been intimidated, our state’s technology has gone dormant, and our tax dollars have been wasted on fruitless investigations.
We can and must do better, which is why I have made the decision to run for Iowa Secretary of State.
In 1964, civil rights activists from across the nation headed to Mississippi with the goal of registering African-American voters to ensure they would be allowed to participate in our democracy. Read More
Jennifer Jacobs, DES MOINES REGISTER- Although the state government shouldn't play any formal role in the Iowa caucuses, there are ways the next secretary of state can be supportive to ensure... Read More
Don Gonyea, NPR - Could President Obama one day motivate future generations to run for office, the way that John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan have? It's too early to... Read More