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Wolfe Announces

Doug Wolfe announced he is seeking the Republican nomination for Iowa House District 64 currently held by Anne Osmundson of Volga, according to a press release. District 64 encompasses all of Allamakee County, Clayton County and a portion of Dubuque County, which includes the town of Holy Cross.

Wolfe was born and raised in Cedar Rapids, where he graduated from Washington High School. He then attended Kirkwood Community College and later received a bachelor’s degree from Life Christian University.

Wolfe is a real estate broker, businessman and co-founder of Marriage Minded Ministries.

Wolfe has been owner/operator of dental studios, cafes and sporting goods stores. In more recent years, Wolfe has served as a campaign advisor and manager for Arizona congressional candidates focusing on the constitution and important issues for the people.

Since 1981, Wolfe has shared his life with his wife Julie Wolfe, a surgical nurse. They live south of Elkader, have four children and 15 grandchildren.

Wolfe believes that: a strong Christian voice is important to Iowans; families, rural generational farms and small businesses are the backbone of Iowa; protecting the liberties and the rights of all Iowans must be foremost to leadership; and providing opportunities for Iowans while attracting new investments are paramount to Iowa’s future.

Wolfe has the support of Osmundson, whose term ends early next year. The primary election will be held on Tuesday June 4, while the general election is set for Nov. 5.



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