Guth Announces Election Bid for Senate Dist. 4


Guth Files Papers for Senate Dist. 4

Guth Files Papers for Senate Dist. 4

Dennis Guth Announces Election Bid
for Senate District 4

KLEMME– Republican Candidate for Iowa Senate District 4 Dennis Guth, a family farmer from Klemme, officially filed his nomination papers this week with the office of Iowa Secretary of State to run for election to the Iowa Senate. Guth will run in Senate District 4, which includes all of Emmet, Kossuth, Hancock, Winnebago and Wright Counties in North Central Iowa.

Guth’s goal is to protect the liberties and rights of the people of Iowa. “When our government has a good moral base and respects the constitution, we create an environment that is stable and predictable. This will remove barriers to growth, promote jobs, and allow Iowans to pass on the greatness of Iowa’s culture to their grandchildren.”

Raised on his family’s farm in rural Klemme, Guth graduated from Klemme High School in 1973 and Iowa State University in 1977. Guth has served on church boards, Klemme Area Development Organization, Hancock County Pork Producers, Hancock County Farm Bureau, and the Family Leader/ Iowa Family Policy Center. He has been precinct chair of the Ell Township Republicans since 1994 and has also served numerous times as county and state delegate. He is currently serving on the Britt Evangelical Free Church elder board and is active in LUV IA, a grassroots organization promoting traditional marriage.

Guth will work to reduce the power and scope of unelected bureaucracies and defend Iowans from excessive taxation while striving to balance the budget. He commented “When we take the fetters off independent business, they will produce a profit. The result is more jobs and a growing economy.”

“Candidate Guth embraces the traditional values that many Iowans hold dear. We need this type of statesman in Des Moines to defend our liberties and promote justice,” said Tom Shaw, Representative in the Iowa House.

Guth has been married to Margaret for 33 years and they have five children, two of whom are married, one engaged to be married, one in college and the youngest graduating from high school this spring. They are the proud grandparents of two grandchildren.

“I look forward to bringing my traditional values and common sense approach to problems in the public service arena. My goal is to restore the values that made this state great and provide a healthy environment in which to raise our children and grandchildren,” he concluded.

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