Let's Make Iowa An Even Better Place To Live and Work for Everyone. 

Recently a major US publication announced what all Iowans already know… “There’s more to the Hawkeye State than corn and presidential primaries.”


Our Infrastructure, Health Care, Education all help to make Iowa No. 1 in the U.S. News and World Report’s Best States Ranking. (Source


Jeff Janssen
knows we can do even better. When Jeff becomes your new Representative from Iowa House District 26, you will have elected a man with Iowa Values and High Integrity.


Jeff lives by a strict code of ethics and sense of duty to his community. He wants the best for all of the citizens of Iowa, especially the constituents he’ll represent in the Iowa House of Representatives.

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EDUCATION
Iowa needs a properly funded budget for our children because they are the next generation that will not only work in but also lead our great state.

As job markets change, our teaching approach and teaching tools must change as well. Jeff Janssen

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Jeff Janssen's Ideas on Today's Issues 

WHAT ISSUES MATTER TO YOU? 


Check Out Jeff’s Position on These Issues.


Do you agree with Jeff’s ideas? 

Then VOTE for Jeff Janssen in the Iowa Primary Election on June 5th. 

Education is crucial to social mobility and the future well-being of our nation and its people. Every single child deserves the opportunity to receive a great education.

To achieve that goal, we need a properly funded budget for our children as they are the next generation that will not only work in but also lead our great state.

As job markets change, our teaching approach and teaching tools must change as well. For our children to compete in the highly technological and global marketplace, we need to leverage available technology within the classrooms and promote STEM to prepare our children for a brighter future.

Lastly, I support transferring control of schools to local communities, giving teachers more of a voice, as they know the needs of their district’s children better than disassociated bureaucrats in DC.

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