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Greenfield Campaign Statement on Theresa’s Victory in First General Election Debate

Theresa Greenfield for Iowa campaign manager Jordanna Zeigler released the following statement on Theresa’s victory in tonight’s Iowa PBS debate: “By holding Senator Ernst accountable for selling out Iowa to her corporate donors, Theresa demonstrated tonight why she is the right choice to fight for Iowa’s working families, farmers, and small businesses in Washington. Senator […]

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Heartland Hustle: Theresa Participates in Paid Family Leave & Maternal Health Events, Calls for COVID Relief, New Polls Highlight More #IASen Momentum

Businesswoman Theresa Greenfield spent the week participating in events on paid family leave and the future of maternal health care, answering Iowans’ questions, and calling for Congress to pass more COVID relief to help Iowans. In addition, just days after the Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll showed Theresa ahead, two more polls show her narrowly […]

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Heartland Hustle: New #IASen Poll, Greenfield Attends National Black Voter Day Events & Calls for Ernst to Apologize to Health Care Heroes

In the days leading up to a new Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll that showed businesswoman Theresa Greenfield “holding her own” and leading Senator Ernst by three points, Theresa traveled the state to participate in  National Black Voter Day events, held a virtual press conference to renew her call for Senator Ernst to issue a public apology […]

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Greenfield Releases New Ad Highlighting Commitment to Protecting Social Security

Businesswoman Theresa Greenfield’s U.S. Senate campaign today released a new TV ad, “Lifetime,” highlighting Theresa’s personal commitment to protecting Social Security.  The ad features Mary, an Iowan who relies on Social Security benefits, who says “it’s absolutely frightening when Senator Ernst talks about gutting Social Security behind closed doors.” Watch “Lifetime” here: Theresa relied on […]

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IOWA POLL: Greenfield Leads Ernst, 45%-42%

Des Moines Register: “10% of those who say they voted for Trump in 2016 plan to vote for Greenfield in 2020” Businesswoman Theresa Greenfield leads Senator Joni Ernst, 45%-42%, according to the new Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll, which is “ largely unchanged since June, when Greenfield led Ernst 46% to 43%.”  According to pollster […]

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Greenfield Statement on U.S. Supreme Court Vacancy

Businesswoman and U.S. Senate Candidate Theresa Greenfield released the following statement on the future of the U.S. Supreme Court as Iowans are just weeks away from the start of voting: “Iowans are independent thinkers and voters, and we can all agree we certainly don’t need more politicians in Washington who ignore what we think. The […]

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Greenfield Releases New Ad: “Teamwork”

Today, businesswoman Theresa Greenfield’s campaign for U.S. Senate is releasing a new ad, “Teamwork,” showcasing her commitment to being an independent voice in Washington who is ready to work with anyone – Democrats, Republicans and Independents – to end the partisan gridlock and get real results for Iowa families.  Watch “Teamwork” here: Senator Ernst promised […]

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Greenfield to Ernst at Virtual Press Conference: “I am calling on you… to publicly apologize to our doctors, nurses, health care workers”

At a virtual press conference today, businesswoman and U.S. Senate candidate Theresa Greenfield renewed her call for Senator Joni Ernst to issue a public apology to Iowa’s health care heroes after she pushed a dangerous and debunked conspiracy theory that health care workers are inflating the number of people who have died of COVID-19 in […]

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Heartland Hustle: Theresa Greenfield Holds Events Focused on Health Care, Calls on Ernst to Apologize to Health Care Workers

While Senator Ernst pushes COVID-19 conspiracy theories, businesswoman Theresa Greenfield spent the last week supporting health care workers, making several stops in Waterloo and calling for Senator Ernst to apologize to Iowa’s health care heroes. Theresa also answered questions at a virtual meet and greet focused on expanding access to mental health care, among other […]

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