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June 2 primary battles are in the making in Northwest Iowa to determine the Republican and Democratic nominees for the Iowa Legislature in the Nov. 3 general election.
The Republican nominee for House District 3, Democratic nominee for House District 11 and Republican nominee for Senate District 2 will be determined by the June 2 primary.
March 13 was the deadline for candidates to file nominations for the Iowa Legislature and federal positions, according to the Sioux City Journal. Democrats Sara Huddleston and James Eliason, both of Storm Lake, are vying for the House District 11 position.
Republicans Jeff Taylor of Sioux Center and Jeffery Santema of Rock Valley are vying for the Senate District 2 position, in which incumbent Sen. Randy Feenstra (R-Hull) isn’t seeking reelection, the newspaper said. Feenstra is running to be the U.S. Rep. in District 4.
Republicans seeking the House District 3 seat to be vacated by incumbent Rep. Dan Huseman, (R-Aurelia) who isn’t seeking reelection, are Dennis Bush of Cleghorn; Mark McHugh, Sheldon; and K. Lynn Evans, Aurelia.