As campaigns enter home stretch, county Dems, GOP split on masks


Dallas County’s political partisans are rounding the turn and rounding the corner on the 2020 general election campaigns, with the GOP’s Trump Train Parade Trifecta hosting a mask-free rally Monday at the Dallas County Courthouse.

The Dallas County Democrats offered replacement candidate yard signs Monday afternoon in a drive-though event at Centennial Park in Waukee. Supporters who Biden-Harris signs disappeared since they placed them or were damaged by the snow, rain and wind may acquire replacements all week from Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 1526 Greene St. in Adel.

Supporters of U.S. President Donald J. Trump gather at the Dallas County Fairgrounds Monday for a Trump Train Parade Trifecta, paid for by the Dallas County GOP. The line of Trump supporters in motor vehicles paraded to the Dallas County Courthouse about 5:30 p.m., where the partisans were treated to speeches by U.S. Ambassador to China and former Iowa Gov. Terry E. Branstad and a full slate of Dallas County Republican candidates, none of whom wore face masks or appeared to social distance.



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