February 1, 2021 •
Republican Adrian Dickey Wins Special Election for Iowa Senate District 41
Republican Adrian Dickey won the special election to fill the vacant Senate District 41 seat.
Dickey will fill the seat for the two years remaining in the four-year term of former Sen. Marianette Miller-Meeks.
Miller-Meeks resigned after winning a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The congresswoman was certified by Iowa as the winner by six votes out of nearly 400,000, and provisionally seated pending the outcome of a challenge by her Democratic opponent, Rita Hart.
Republicans have controlled the House, Senate, and governor’s office for five years.
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