WASHINGTON — Two of Missouri’s most prominent Republican lawmakers are spending time in Iowa this week to stump for candidates ahead of that state’s presidential caucuses.
Sen. Kit Bond is making at least four stops across Iowa on Wednesday to speak at rallies, greet volunteers and visit a phone bank as he campaigns for Rudy Giuliani.
Meanwhile, Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt heads to Iowa on Thursday to help Mitt Romney’s campaign. Blunt will give interviews to some Iowa radio stations and speak at a caucus in the Des Moines area.
A busload of about 50 Missouri volunteers for Romney spent the weekend in Iowa to hand out pamphlets, make phone calls and attend rallies.