My fellow Iowans. These are unprecedented times in which we are living. Every day I pray for the quick and safe departure of this horrible virus affecting the world.
As a mayor in District 95, and a 911 Manager, I am tasked daily with the safety and welfare of employees and the public. We are doing everything in our power to protect the citizens of Linn County and of Iowa. We continue to work in cooperation, not competition with all our partners, vendors, healthcare professionals, and public safety personnel. We will see this pandemic through. We will return to work, to school, and to our normal routines, because we are Iowans. God bless and keep us all.
Meet Charlie McClintock for Iowa House
Charlie McClintock is public safety professional and the part time mayor for the city of Alburnett. He has worked in Iowa his entire life and his wife Stacy, also born and raised in the district, works for a local school district. Charlie and Stacy have two adult children, a daughter and a son.
(Disclaimer: The 2006 photo while serving in the Iowa ARNG is not an endorsement by the Department of Defense or the United States Army.)
- Dedication to the farmers, sportsman, teachers, business people, parents, students, and every citizen in the district and their interests.
Concerned about the welfare and education of our students, the fiscal responsibility of legislators, and the responsible spending of our tax dollars.
- Experienced as an elected official on city council and currently as mayor in Alburnett, Charlie McClintock knows how to deal with governmental and legislative issues on your behalf.
- Skilled with almost 30 years in public safety, including hands on response to local emergencies and events.