Start your day off with a daily dose of Iowa Politics – Des Moines Register

Iowa is a state that takes a few things pretty seriously: corn, wrestling, the State Fair.  
And then there is my personal favorite — politics. 
I’m Nic Garcia, the Des Moines Register’s politics editor. I joined the Register’s ace political team last year in large part to help this news organization cover the Iowa caucuses, the most exciting story for any political junkie. I learned — real quick — I wouldn’t need to wait for the caucus season to get busy. This state’s political engine revs constantly. 
Our political reporters work tirelessly to keep you informed on all the twists and turns between the Capitol and Terrace Hill, the hallways of Washington D.C. and the cornfields of Kossuth County. 
And now, each morning you can catch up with them and everything they know in the Iowa Politics newsletter. 
Currently co-authored by our statehouse team, Stephen Gruber-Miller and Ian Richardson, the daily politics newsletter offers you insight into the latest legislation and deal-making. Stephen and Ian will provide you with their most recent stories as well as their insight and expertise. 
Recently, Ian broke down what the legislative “funnel” is and why it matters to lawmakers and the policy they want to become law. 
Our chief political correspondent Brianne Pfannenstiel, who will lead our midterm election coverage, will pick up once the final gavel falls. She’s already given us a sneak peek by sharing details on her road trip with U.S. Rep. Cindy Axne, the West Des Moines Democrat preparing for a hard reelection campaign. 
Trust me, if you love Iowa politics as much as you love a pork chop on a stick at the State Fair, you want to get this newsletter. 
Sign up right at DesMoinesRegister.com/PoliticsNewsletter.
Nic Garcia is the Des Moines Register’s politics editor. He loves reading books but has a hard time finishing them. Reach him at ngarcia@registermedia.com or on Twitter at @nicgarcia.

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