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Natalie Dunlap

Natalie Dunlap


Natalie Dunlap was the Politics Editor at The Daily Iowan from fall 2022 until the 2023 fall semester. She previously worked as a news reporter covering lower education, a politics reporter, and a summer news editor. She is a junior at the University of Iowa majoring in journalism and minoring in gender, women's, and sexuality studies.

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Natalie Dunlap, Politics Editor
October 19, 2022
State Representative Dave Jacoby (D- Coralville) answered questions at a Johnson County Legislative Forum held by The Daily Iowan at the Iowa City Public Library on Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2021. Questions were asked by The Daily Iowan staff and the general public, ranging from issues of public education funding and curriculum to state and federal COVID-19 response.

Rep. Jacoby seeking reelection

Natalie Dunlap, Politics Editor
February 1, 2022
Iowa House Speaker Pat Grassley and Senate President Jake Chapman applaud Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds during the Condition of the State Address at the Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines, Iowa, on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022. During the State Address, Reynolds spoke about childcare, Iowa teachers, material taught in schools, unemployment, tax cuts, and more.

Reynolds’ new school rules

Natalie Dunlap, Politics Editor
January 11, 2022
Andrew Dunn, an undergraduate political science student, stands at the Old Capitol.

UI student running for Iowa House

Natalie Dunlap, Politics Editor
September 15, 2021
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