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Dahl to run for Governor
Posted: Oct 02 2013 by ppowers

 A Webster City man has announced his plans to run as a candidate for governor next year. Paul E. Dahl is a moderate Democrat to run for  the state's highest office. Born in Waterloo 49 years ago, Dahl attended and graduated from the University of Iowa,Iliff School of Theology in Denver and the University of Northern Iowa. He is a former director of the Kendall Young Library. He later worked for Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica in Fort Dodge,a soil technician with AgSource Laboratories in Ellsworth, adjunct instructor on humanities at Iowa Central Community College in Fort Dodge and now is employed with the MIDAS Council of Governments as a bus driver. In a press release sent out Tuesday night, Dahl said the significant seven issues for Iowa are agricultural revitalization with biotic friendly practices, renewable energy commitment, tax reform, greater higher education investment and preschool to grade 12 school support, mass transit infrastructure development, improvements in health care and long term care insurance options and reforms to the criminal justice system.This weekend Dahl will be traveling across the state kicking off his gubernatorial campaign. He will make appearances Saturday in Sioux City, Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Ames, Mason City,and Cedar Falls. On Sunday he will make appearances at LaPorte City, Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, Burlington, Davenport and Dubuque.

 A Webster City man has announced his plans to run as a candidate for governor next year. Paul E. Dahl is a moderate Democrat to run for  the state's highest office. Born in Waterloo 49 years ago, Dahl attended and graduated from the University of Iowa,Iliff School of Theology in Denver and the University of Northern Iowa. He is a former director of the Kendall Young Library. He later worked for Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica in Fort Dodge,a soil technician with AgSource Laboratories in Ellsworth, adjunct instructor on humanities at Iowa Central Community College in Fort Dodge and now is employed with the MIDAS Council of Governments as a bus driver. In a press release sent out Tuesday night, Dahl said the significant seven issues for Iowa are agricultural revitalization with biotic friendly practices, renewable energy commitment, tax reform, greater higher education investment and preschool to grade 12 school support, mass transit infrastructure development, improvements in health care and long term care insurance options and reforms to the criminal justice system.This weekend Dahl will be traveling across the state kicking off his gubernatorial campaign. He will make appearances Saturday in Sioux City, Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Ames, Mason City,and Cedar Falls. On Sunday he will make appearances at LaPorte City, Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, Burlington, Davenport and Dubuque.

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