State Representative Steve Falck quit his legislative post Friday to take a new job, as the governor’s state policy director. The northeast Iowa real-estate appraiser says he knows a lot of people may not understand just what the post entails.He says the governor has a vision for the state, and needs someone to put it down in the form of bills and policy, working with agencies to make that vision reality. Falck, who’s been a farmer, school-board member, volunteer firefighter and real-estate appraiser, says the governor values his practical experience in making policy for the state. The governor’s set a special election for January 22nd to choose a replacement for Falck from District 28, which includes parts of Fayette and Buchanan Counties. Jackie Reeder, Fayette County supervisor, announced late Friday she intends to run for the House seat Falck is vacating.
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