The Iowa United States House of Representatives election in 2008 was held on November 4, 2008 and determined who would hold Iowa's seats in the United States House of Representatives during 2009-10. Each of the five incumbents was up for election, and each won re-election.
Leonard Boswell, a Democrat from Des Moines, the incumbent, was completing his sixth term. His Republican challenger was Kim Schmett and his Socialist Workers Party challenger was Frank Forrestal. CQ Politics forecast the race as 'Safe Democrat'.
Steve King, a Republican from Kiron, the incumbent, was completing his third term. His Democratic challenger was Rob Hubler and was also challenged by independent candidate Victor Vara. CQ Politics forecast the race as 'Safe Republican'.