Democratic Party Agenda
Governor Vilsack was elected in 1998, the first Democrat to be elected Iowa governor in 30 years.
Speaking at the New England College Town Hall Meeting, Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack, a Sunday school teacher, stressed the importance of living by religious values. He also emphasized the need for the United States to achieve energy independence and talked about the war in Iraq and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. He is not seeking re-election. He was on a three-day trip to New Hampshire exploring a possible presidential bid in the state that holds the first presidential primary.
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