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Meet Our Members – Walt Rogers

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Representative Walt Rogers just finished serving his third term in the Iowa House.  He represents Iowa’s 60th District which includes Cedar Falls, Hudson, and Waterloo.

Rep. Rogers serves as an Assistant Leader for the House Republican caucus and also serves as the Chairman of the Administration and Rules committee.  Additionally, he serves on the Appropriations, Economic Growth, Judiciary, and Local Government committees.

Walt was born on July 5, 1961, as the sixth of what would be eight children. Walt attended grade school in Waterloo and graduated from Columbus High School in 1979.

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House Republican Retirement Speeches

This session, six members of the House Republican caucus announced they would not be seeking reelection to the Iowa House.  We thank Representatives Brandenburg, Lofgren, Olson, Schultz, Shaw, and Smith for the tireless work and dedication to their constituents and the State of Iowa.

Click here to go to the House Republican’s YouTube Channel to see more videos!

Rep. Steve Olson

Watch the other speeches here…


House Republican’s End of Session Remarks

Speaker Paulsen’s end of session remarks:

Majority Leader Upmeyer’s end of session remarks:


House Republicans Committed to Iowa Veterans

Majority Leader Linda Upmeyer briefed the press last week on the House passage of the Home Base Iowa plan.

Read more about Home Base Iowa in our last newsletter.


An Interview with Rep. Jake Highfill


Speaker Paulsen on KCWI’s Great Day

Last Thursday, Speaker Kraig Paulsen was on KCWI’s Great Day morning show to discuss this year’s legislative session.


An Interview with Rep. Walt Rogers

We sat down and talked with Rep. Walt Rogers last week about his district and the work that he is doing this session in Des Moines.


An Interview with Rep. Quentin Stanerson


Week 8 Press Conference Highlights

Yesterday, Speaker Kraig Paulsen discussed with the press how House Republicans have led the charge over the last 4 years to hold the line on spending to craft a responsible state budget.

Majority Leader Linda Upmeyer talked to the press about the bills the House passed this week.  She noted that several bills passed unanimously after building consensus on the issues by including all involved parties.

Speaker Paulsen also spoke about House Republicans dedication to funding education in the state.