to action08 at gmail dot com updated December 19, 2007
The Campaigns in Scott County
County Seat: Davenport
More Cities and Towns: Bettendorf, Blue Grass, Buffalo, Dixon, Donahue, Eldridge, Le Claire, Long Grove, Maysville, McCausland, New Liberty, Panorama Park, Plain View, Princeton, Riverdale, Walcott.
VOTER REGISTRATION (Nov. 1, 2007 Active)
63 precincts of 1,784 precincts statewide
Auditor Karen Fitzsimmons Obama
County Attorney Michael Walton
Recorder Rita Vargas Clinton
Supervisor Chris Gallin Obama
Supervisor Jim Hancock Biden
Supervisor Roxanna Moritz Biden
42 - Frank Wood of Eldridge. Obama
43 - Joe Seng of Davenport. Biden
84 - Elesha Gayman of Davenport. Obama
85 - Jim Lykam of Davenport. Biden
86 - Cindy Winckler of Davenport. Clinton
Sheriff Dennis Conrad McCain
Treasurer Bill Fennelly
Supervisor Larry Minard
Supervisor Tom Sunderbruch
41-David Hartsuch of Bettendorf. Huckabee
81-Jamie Van Fossen of Davenport. FThompson
82-Linda Miller of Bettendorf. Romney
83-Steve Olson of DeWitt (Clinton County). Romney
Local Party Leadership
Scott County Democratic Party.
NW Office Bldg - Rm 107 1416 W. 16th St. Davenport, IA (563) 324-7699
Chair - Susan Frembgen
Scott County Republican Central Committee.
3390 Utica Ridge Rd Bettendorf, IA 52722
Chair - Bryan Sievers
of New Liberty.
TO THE STATE CONVENTION
142 of 2,500 (5.68%)
of REGISTERED REPUBLICANS STATEWIDE
4.72% (28,344 of 600,572)
Field Office: 1706 Brady St., Suite 209, Davenport, IA 52806
State Senator Joe Seng (05/07/07) >
State Representative Jim Lykam (05/07/07)
Scott County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jim Hancock (05/07/07)
Scott County Board of Supervisors Member Roxanne Moritz (03/29/07)
Scott County Democratic Party Committee Member Sharon Holle (04/04/07)
Davenport Democratic Activist Paul Elgatian (04/04/07)
County Chairs (06/12/07)
Iowa Women for Edwards
Leadership Team >
County Chair: Steve Balk
Kirk Whalen (07/25/07)
Linda Greenlee (07/25/07)
(note Gary Koos on 06/11/07 list but not on 07/25/07 list)
McCAIN (05/03/07) >
Davenport Mayor Ed Winborn
- Mayor since Jan. 2006. Served 19 years on the Scott County Board
of Supervisors and 11 years as its chairman. Has also served as Scott
County Recorder, chairman of the Scott County Solid Waste Commission, chairman
of the Bi-State Metropolitan Commission, and vice-chairman of the Quad
City Development Group. Private sector experience as the owner and
operator of Winborn's Sporting Goods. M.B.A. from the University
of Iowa. Vietnam veteran. Graduate of the U.S. Military Academy
at West Point. Davenport native. (05/07/07)
Chair Roby Smith: Republican nominee for Iowa House District 85 in the 2006 election. B.S. in Business Administration from Concordia University in Seward, NE. Smith and his wife Kari reside in Davenport and belong to Trinity Lutheran Church.
State Representative Linda Miller: Miller was first elected to the Iowa House, District 82, in 2006. Earlier this month, Romney for President announced her as part of the campaign's Legislative Leadership Team.
Brian Kennedy: Kennedy is the former Chairman of the Republican Party of Iowa, managed Governor Branstad's 1994 campaign and assisted in Lamar Alexander's presidential campaign. In 2006, Kennedy ran for the 1st Congressional District Republican nomination. Most recently, he chaired Senator Bill Frist's VOLPAC.
Greg Adamson: Adamson is a retired Lt. Col. in the Army, and a retired Bettendorf Police Captain. He spent seven years on the Bettendorf Park Board, and also has served four years as a Scott County Supervisor. A lifelong resident of the Quad Cities, he and his wife Sandra have three children and six grandchildren.
Carol Crain: Crain has been active in Republican politics since 2000, when she helped organize the Bush for President Campaign in Scott County, and volunteered on Jim Nussle's Congressional campaign. She is an active member at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, and is the Americanism Chair of the Scott County Republican Women.
Jason Gordon: Gordon has eight years experience in the Davenport District Offices of both Congressman Jim Leach and Congressman Jim Nussle. A long-time resident of Scott County, Gordon has been involved in multiple local elections.
Paul Janecek: Janecek is a former State House candidate, and currently co-chairs the Scott County Republican Party. He is Commander of Chapter 2 of DAV, and is past state Commander of DAV. He is Vice President of Fejevary Zoological Society, and is active in CASI. He is also active in Scott County Right to Life.
Vincie Metcalf: A long-time resident of Scott County, and a very active participant in the Scott County Republican Party. She was a Metro Field Coordinator for the Forbes' 2000 Presidential Campaign. She also volunteers for the Bettendorf School System.
Murphy worked in Congressman Jim Leach's office for 15 years. She
has been very active in the local Republican Party, and has assisted many
Campus Chair: Nate Kroeger, St. Ambrose University (4/24/07)
|Copyright © 2007 Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action||
Election Results >
Nov. 7, 2006 General Election
Registered Voters: 114,971 Ballots Cast: 56,482
U.S. Representative 1st Dist.
|Bruce Braley (Dem.)||
|Mike Whalen (Rep.)||
|Nussle/Vander Plaats (Rep.)||
Nov. 2, 2004 General Election
Registered Voters: 110,168 Ballots Cast: 83,452
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