ADEL, Iowa—U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) kicked off her annual 99 County Tour for 2021 with stops in Warren, Clarke, and Dallas Counties today. This marks the seventh year in a row Ernst has continued her pledge to visit every single one of Iowa’s 99 counties.
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“Hearing directly from Iowans in every corner of our state, from our most populated counties to our most rural, is critical to my job. It’s the way I understand their needs and concerns so I can continue to bring Iowans’ voices to Washington and fight on their behalf,” said Senator Joni Ernst. “Safely and sensibly, I’m excited to be out and about on my seventh annual tour of all of Iowa’s 99 counties—a tradition started over forty years ago by my friend and our senior senator, Chuck Grassley. I look forward to engaging with thousands of Iowans along the way.”
In Warren County, Senator Ernst visited IdRamp, a technology start-up company in Indianola, where she met with their employees and saw a demo of their products.
Senator Ernst visits IdRamp in Indianola.
In Clarke County, Senator Ernst met with leadership and visited with employees at the Alliant Energy Operations Center in Osceola.
Senator Ernst visits the Alliant Energy Operations Center in Osceola.
In Dallas County, Senator Ernst toured the new Dallas County Sheriff’s Office and Jail in Adel.
Senator Ernst tours the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office and Jail.
To follow along on Senator Ernst’s 99 County Tour for 2021, click here.