Jason Noble, The Des Moines Register

Jason Noble

The Des Moines Register

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Past articles by Jason:

Steve King: Don't blame guns. Blame Ritalin, video games, family break-up and policies.

Blame Ritalin, video games, family break-up and lack of prayer for gun violence, Steve King says. → Read More

Republican governor candidate Ron Corbett sues to appear on June primary ballot

Corbett was knocked off the ballot on Tuesday because his candidate petition didn't have enough signatures. → Read More

Unless someone sues, Theresa Greenfield will appear on Democratic primary ballot

Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate said Tuesday he's likely to certify her candidacy before a Wednesday deadline. → Read More

Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron Corbett may get kicked from the ballot after petition challenge

A Republican activist has formally challenged Ron Corbett's petition to run on the GOP primary ballot, alleging too few signatures from voters. → Read More

The Iowa primary ballot is coming together. Here's what you need to know.

Candidates faced at 5 p.m. Friday deadline for getting on the June 5 primary ballot. → Read More

Iowa candidate scrambles to refile petition to run for Congress after discovering signatures were forged

The petition switcheroo was needed after Theresa Greenfield learned that the petition she filed on Wednesday contained invalid signatures. → Read More

Ivanka Trump to visit Iowa Monday to discuss workforce, infrastructure

The First Daughter and assistant to the president will tour an experiential learning facility in Waukee with Gov. Kim Reynolds → Read More

'This is my battle on their behalf': NW Iowa man wages personal campaign against Steve King

Doug Alexander is spending thousands on an ad campaign to avenge his sons for King's hostile rhetoric on immigrants → Read More

Secretary of State Paul Pate to run for re-election

Pate is best known for shepherding Iowa's new voter ID requirements into law. → Read More

Democrat Jon Neiderbach quits bid for Iowa governor

"I have not garnered the support to justify continuing my campaign,” Neiderbach said in a statement. → Read More

In governor contest, Kim Reynolds runs as 'embodiment' of Iowa; Democrats call for change

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds is banking on optimism in her election bid while Democrats focus on voter frustration. → Read More

Iowa Senate majority leader resigns after video shows him kissing lobbyist

Bill Dix was an 18-year veteran of the Iowa Legislature and is married with three children. → Read More

Bill Dix resigned from the Iowa Senate. What happened? What's next?

After Republicans gained control of the Senate in 2016, Dix controlled what legislation came up for debate in the chamber. → Read More

Republican Bill Dix swiftly resigns after video of him kissing lobbyist appears online

Bill Dix, R-Shell Rock, is the Senate majority leader and the woman is reportedly a lobbyist. → Read More

Tax cuts will spur economy, raise wages, Vice President Pence pledges in Iowa

During a visit to Council Bluffs, the vice president made an Iowa-and-Nebraska case for the federal tax reform passed last December. → Read More

Bill Northey to be sworn in to Dept. of Ag job in Des Moines Tuesday

The U.S. secretary of agriculture will administer to the oath of office to Northey on Tuesday night. → Read More

2020 Watch: Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is coming to Iowa

The two-term Democrat will attend events with Attorney General Tom Miller and Polk County Democrats → Read More

Vice President Pence coming to Council Bluffs March 6

Pence was last in Iowa in June for U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst's Roast and Ride fundraiser. → Read More

Reynolds' campaign manager departs staff ahead of primary

Reynolds confirmed that Phil Valenziano, one of the state’s top GOP organizers, has moved on → Read More

Russians claimed fraud in Iowa caucuses, Mueller indictment alleges

Russians meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign bought advertisements spreading allegations about fraud in the Iowa caucuses. → Read More