United States  

Iowa Rep. Steve King Ousted In GOP Primary, AP Projects

NPR Wednesday, 3 June 2020
After years of incendiary comments on race, King was largely abandoned by GOP leaders. He was defeated in Tuesday's primary by state Sen. Randy Feenstra, according to the Associated Press.
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video Credit: HuffPost NOW News - Published
News video: Steve King Voted Out Of Office

Steve King Voted Out Of Office 01:52

Rep. Steve King, the Iowa Republican known for racist and bigoted statements, has been defeated in the primary election.

You Might Like


Related videos from verified sources

US Rep. Steve King ousted in Iowa Primary [Video]

US Rep. Steve King ousted in Iowa Primary

J.D. Scholten talks his plans for going up against Feenstra, the new Republican candidate in the 4th Congressional District.

Credit: KIMTPublished
House Republican Steve King Loses Primary, Has History of Racist Remarks [Video]

House Republican Steve King Loses Primary, Has History of Racist Remarks

House Republican Steve King Loses Primary, Has History of Racist Remarks The nine-term Republican representative lost his Iowa seat in Tuesday's five-way primary. Republican state Senator Randy..

Credit: Wibbitz Top Stories     Duration: 01:15Published

Related news from verified sources

No Title

Controversial Iowa GOP Rep. Steve King BLANK his primary against Republican State Sen. Randy Feenstra Tuesday night. King received BLANK percent of the vote,...
Daily Caller

Tuesday's Primaries: Races To Watch And Live Results

Iowa Rep. Steve King faces a strong GOP primary challenger, after years of incendiary comments put him on the outs with his party. Eight states and the District...
NPR Also reported by •USATODAY.com

Iowa Rep. Steve King, Known for Incendiary Remarks About White Supremacy, Loses Republican Primary


TIME


Tweets about this