Chapman seeks second term in Iowa Senate

Sen. Jake Chapman, right, filed his nomination paperwork Monday with Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate.

State Senator Jake Chapman (R-Adel) filed nomination papers Match 9 in pursuit of a second term in the Iowa Senate representing Senate District 10.

Chapman was first elected to the Iowa Senate in 2012. He serves as the ranking member on the Appropriations committee and also sits on the Economic Growth, State Government and Rules and Administration committees.

In submitting his nomination papers, Chapman said it has “been an incredible honor and privilege to serve the people of Iowa” in the Iowa General Assembly.

“I am running for a second term,” Chapman said, “because I believe there is much more work to be done to reduce government spending, increase individual liberty and reduce the tax burdens on all Iowans.”

Chapman earned a Bachelor’s degree in business administration from the AIB College of Business. The son of Dallas County Supervisor Kim Chapman, he is the chief operating officer of his family’s ambulance service and also is an EMT.

He and his wife, Jennifer, have five children and live in rural Adel.

Senate District 10 comprises all of Adair and Guthrie counties and portions of Dallas, Polk, and Cass counties.


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