Rob Hogg for State Senate

Rob Hogg is currently serving his third term as state senator for Senate District 33 in Cedar Rapids after two terms as a state representative in the Iowa House. First elected in 2002, he was re-elected in 2004, ran successfully for the Iowa Senate in 2006 and was re-elected in 2010 and 2014.  In 2016, he finished second in a four-way Democratic primary for the United States Senate. Senator Hogg is a leader for education, public health including mental health, public safety, infrastructure, clean water, renewable energy, and climate action.  Working together, we can make Iowa even better.  Make your contribution to "Citizens for Rob Hogg" today!  You can either contribute online here or mail a check payable to "Citizens for Rob Hogg" to P.O. Box 1361, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406.

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