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U.S. Representative for Iowa, serving in Congress since 1995 - member of the Republican Party.
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ENG:Thomas Paul "Tom" Latham (born July 14, 1948) is the U.S. Representative for Iowa's 3rd congressional district, serving in Congress since 1995. He is a member of the Republican Party. Early life, education and career Latham was born in Alexander, Iowa, south of Mason City, the son of Evelyn R. (née Johansen) and Willard Chester Latham. His father was of English and Danish descent and his mother was of Danish ancestry. He was raised on a farm in Alexander, near Hampton. He was educated at Iowa State University, and was a business owner before entering the House. He and his brothers ran a family seed company called Latham Seeds, which Latham has sold his interest in. Political campaigns Latham was elected as the congressman for Iowa's 5th congressional district in 1994 as ...
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Latham Leads Effort to Preserve USS Iowa


Iowa Congressman Tom Latham is leading a congressional effort to preserve the battleship USS Iowa, a historically significant battleship that played important roles during World War II, the Korean War and the Gulf War. Congressman Latham has invited all the other members of Iowa’s congressional delegation to join in a unified effort in sending a letter to U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, urging the Navy to preserve the USS Iowa. Currently, the vessel is kept near San Francisco, but plans are in motion to move the battleship to a permanent location where it can be converted into a ...


King and Latham Oppose Job Creation Measure


Iowa Democratic Party Chairwoman Sue Dvorsky released the following statement after Congressmen Steve King and Tom Latham voted against the bi-partisan Currency Exchange Rate Oversight Reform Act of 2011: “By voting against this bi-partisan bill, Steve King and Tom Latham are putting the Chinese economy ahead of jobs here at home. There is no rational explanation why Congressmen King and Latham would oppose a bill that promotes job creation within our borders by ending the practice of currency manipulation by countries like China. ... by Sam Roecker Source: iowademocrats.org


Tom Latham Responds to Obama’s Jobs Speech


Iowa Congressman Tom Latham released the following statement in response to President Barack Obama’s speech to a joint session of Congress this evening: "There is one thing that all Americans can agree upon tonight; that too many of our neighbors continue to struggle with unemployment, grim economic news, and anxiety about the future due to the worst economic downturn in a generation." "The situation is dire, and the American people rightfully expect leaders in Washington to put people before politics and progress before partisanship to change the way Washington works and the work that ...


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A Look Back at 2014 in Iowa Politics: September and October
As the sun sets on 2014, TheIowaRepublican.com offers you a look back at an amazing year in politics. We will produce these articles and items chronologically. Today we look at the big events in September and October, as Iowa Republicans prepare for the crucial November elections. For a look at January and February, click here. […]
A Look Back at 2014 in Iowa Politics: January and February
As we approach the end of 2014, TheIowaRepublican.com offers you a look back at an amazing year in politics and a very successful one for Iowa Republicans. We will produce these articles and items chronologically, beginning with today’s look at January and February.Bet JANUARY Tom Latham’s surprise announcement in mid-December to not run for another […]
A Look Back at 2014 in Iowa Politics: April and May
As we approach the end of 2014, TheIowaRepublican.com offers you a look back at an amazing and historic year in politics. We will produce these articles and items chronologically. Today, we take a look at the major events from April and May. For a look at March, click here. For a look at January and […]
Republicans Are Out of Touch With the Average Iowan
Doug Gross, the 2002 Republican nominee for Governor, made news this past weekend when he proudly proclaimed that there would be no political fallout for increasing the state’s gas tax. Gross made his prediction on Iowa Public Television’s Iowa Press. “In 1989 I was Chief of Staff. That’s how long ago it was since we […]



 
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