The Gazette had this story:
Running scared from a tall guy with a tricorn hat, Iowa Republicans are moving to limit competition on the ballot.
The controversial election reform bill that was rushed through the Iowa Legislature last week will, if signed into law by Gov. Kim Reynolds, make it harder for citizens to vote but also harder for alternative candidates to get on the ballot. The legislation drastically increases the number of signatures required for third-party and no-party candidates.
Republicans who crafted the measure probably have one Iowa man in mind: Bryan Jack Holder, four-time candidate for U.S. House in Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District.
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