Chris Hagenow

  • rsvped for 2018 Hagenow Summer Cookout 2018-06-14 14:12:53 -0500

    2018 Hagenow Summer Cookout

    2018 Hagenow Summer Cookout

    Tuesday, July 17th, 5:00-7:00pm 

    Veterans Reception Center

    910 Main Street, Van Meter

    Please join us for the Fifth Annual Hagenow for Iowa House Summer Cookout! We are excited to host this year's cookout at the beautiful Veteran Reception Center in Van Meter.

    We will have food, drinks and a cash bar available, all in air conditioned comfort.

    The cookout will be Tuesday, July 17th from 5:00 to 7:00 in the evening. Come out and enjoy a good meal and good company, while supporting Chris' campaign this fall and his work secure the Republican majority in the Iowa House. 

    Please RSVP below

    Suggested contribution: $50 per person/$75 couple

    Host Committee: $125/$250

    Event sponsorship levels begin at $1000  

    If you have any questions, please let us know. We hope to see you there!

    July 17, 2018 at 5pm
    Veterans Reception Center
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  • signed up on Yard Signs 2016-08-26 08:53:41 -0500

    Yard Signs


    Let us know if you have a location for one of our signs!  

    The Hagenow kids have always taken great joy in our yard sign efforts, here are Owen and Noah proudly displaying our large 2'x4' back in 2014.  Our barn signs are for special locations that will be seen by everyone.  

    Just pick one of the options below.  Thanks!

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  • signed Article V Convention of States 2015-03-12 14:04:49 -0500

    Article V Convention of States

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    constitution.jpgRight now, the United States of America is over $18 trillion in debt.  The debt per citizen is over $56,000 and debt per individual taxpayer is over $154,000.

    It is time for new constitutional limitations on the federal government.  It is time to restore greater responsibility and authority to individual states in the manner envisioned by our founding fathers.  It is time to take power away from Washington, D.C. and return it to us locally, where we can be more efficient, more responsible and more transparent.  

    Our founding fathers gave us a solution for when Congress will not act: Article V of the U.S. Constitution authorizes state legislatures to call for a convention of states for the purpose of proposing amendments.



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  • Making Iowa's Income Tax Simpler, Flatter and Fairer

    Since the beginning of the legislative session my colleagues and I have been working on ways to leave more money in Iowans’ pocketbooks. With our budget balanced and our fiscal house in order, now is the time for serious, meaningful tax relief.

    In light of this goal, I was proud to vote for the passage of House File 3 this week, which creates a choice for Iowans when paying their income taxes. They can choose between the current system, or a new 4.5% flat tax with no deductions or credits.

    Not a single Iowan will be required to pay higher taxes under this plan.

    This bill, simply put, makes Iowa’s tax system simpler, flatter and fairer. The non-partisan Legislative Services Agency, predicts that approximately 39% of Iowa tax filers would choose the new flat tax option, which would reduce their overall tax burden by close to $400 million.

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State Representative, District 43. Iowa House Majority Leader. Partner at Whitaker, Hagenow & Gustoff, LLP


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