About Kim Reynolds

Governor Kim Reynolds is the 43rd governor of Iowa and has the distinction of being the first woman elected to the state’s highest office in November 2018. Under her leadership, Iowa continues to be a state that values freedom.

Whether it’s opposing COVID mandates, getting kids back into the classroom, or letting Iowans keep more of their hard-earned money, Governor Reynolds leads by putting her faith in people. She has also taken bold action to keep Iowa moving in the right direction, delivering on promises she made on the campaign trail:

  • The largest tax cut in state history, fully eliminating taxes on retirement income
  • Record investments in public education year-over-year
  • Legislation to protect law enforcement and crack down on rioting
  • Historic investments in Mental Health Care, including the creation of Iowa’s first Children’s Mental Health System
  • Significant workforce policy initiatives that will unleash economic prosperity for every single Iowan
  • The largest budget surplus in state history
  • She will never back down in protecting every human life, including the unborn child

Kim has never forgotten the values she learned growing up in small-town Iowa. Values like faith, family, and hard work. Under her leadership, Iowa is moving in the right direction and has proven to be a stark contrast to Joe Biden’s failed presidency of mandates, inflation, and radical policies.

Kim Reynolds graduated from Interstate 35 Community Schools in 1977, married her husband Kevin Reynolds in 1982, worked and raised three daughters, and completed her bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University in 2016 while serving as Lieutenant Governor. Kim and Kevin are the proud grandparents of 11 grandchildren.


Meet Adam Gregg

Adam Gregg serves as the 47th Lieutenant Governor of the State of Iowa.

Adam is a champion for rural Iowa as Co-Chair of Governor Reynolds’ Empower Rural Iowa initiative, her effort to ensure opportunity and prosperity are present in all corners of Iowa. Adam is recognized as a national leader among Lt. Governors, serving as former Chair of the Republican Lt. Governors Association and Treasurer of the National Lt. Governors Association.

Adam was born with a heart for public service. He previously served as the Iowa State Public Defender where he drew praise for his leadership guiding the agency responsible for providing the Constitutional right to counsel.

Adam was the Republican nominee for Attorney General in 2014. In 2013 and 2014, he served in the Governor’s Office as legislative liaison and policy advisor. Before joining the Governor’s Office, Adam practiced at the BrownWinick law firm in Des Moines.

Born in Hawarden, Iowa, Adam is a graduate of Drake University Law School and Central College in Pella. He is married to his high school sweetheart Cari and they have two young children. The Greggs attend Johnston River of Life United Methodist Church.