DES MOINES, Iowa – State Rep. Jacob Bossman, R-Sioux City, on Monday filed his paperwork and petition signatures to the Iowa Secretary of State for reelection to the Iowa House. Bossman currently represents Iowa House District 6, but under the newly confirmed redistricting maps will run for Iowa House District 14 in 2022.
“I want to thank all of my constituents back home who have allowed me the privilege and honor to serve as their voice in the Iowa House,” said Bossman. “I am committed to hearing from my community and taking your concerns and your priorities to the Statehouse. I’m proud of the work we’ve accomplished in the Iowa House in my five years in office, and I look forward to continuing my work to keep moving Iowa forward.”
Bossman serves on the staff of US Senator Chuck Grassley where he has worked on important policy issues and learned the value of service to constituents. In the Iowa House, Bossman serves as the chair of the Transportation, Infrastructure and Capitals Appropriations subcommittee, in addition to his roles on the Education, Appropriations, State Government, and Transportation committees.
Iowa House Speaker Pat Grassley, R-New Hartford, praised Bossman’s work in the Iowa House.
“Representative Bossman works hard for his district in the Iowa House,” said Grassley. “He is always seeking input from his community in order to be a strong voice for the people of Woodbury County. That is the kind of representation constituents in Iowa deserve. I look forward to continuing to work with Rep. Bossman in the Iowa House.”
Iowa House District 14 includes the Morningside-area of Sioux City, Sergeant Bluff, and Salix. His current district, which he will continue to serve through 2022, is very similar, with the addition of the city of Bronson.
Bossman will seek his third full term in the Iowa House. He lives in Sioux City with his wife Carmen and their two daughters.