Walt Rogers

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Walt Rogers
Walt Rogers - Official Portrait - 84th GA.jpg
84th General Assembly portrait (2011)
Member of the Iowa House of Representatives
from the 60th district
20th district (2011–2013)
In office
January 10, 2011 – January 2019
Preceded byDoris Kelley
Personal details
BornJuly 5, 1961 (1961-07-05) (age 57)
Waterloo, Iowa, U.S.
Political partyRepublican
Children3 (all grown)
ResidenceCedar Falls, Iowa
Alma materUniversity of Northern Iowa

Walt Rogers (born July 5, 1961) was the Iowa State Representative from the 60th District. A Republican, he has served in the Iowa House of Representatives since 2011.

As of October 2011, Rogers serves on several committees in the Iowa House – the Appropriations, Judiciary, State Government, and Transportation committees. He also serves as the vice chair of the Administration and Regulation Appropriations Subcommittee and as a member of the Research and Development School Advisory Council.

On October 1, 2013, Rogers announced his candidacy for United States Congress in Iowa's 1st congressional district in the 2014 election cycle.

He was born and raised in Waterloo, Iowa.

Electoral history[edit]

In his first campaign for public office, Rogers lost his 2008 election bid for the Iowa Senate's 10th District, losing to incumbent Democrat Jeff Danielson by a margin of only 22 votes. Rogers was elected in 2010, defeating incumbent Democrat Doris Kelley; he was reelected in 2012 over challenger Bob Greenwood.

Election Political result Candidate Party Votes %
Iowa Senate elections, 2008 [1]
District 10
Turnout: 32,215
Democratic hold Jeff Danielson*Democratic16,10350.0
Walt Rogers Republican16,08149.9
Iowa House of Representatives elections, 2010 [2]
District 20
Turnout: 13,288
Republican gain from DemocraticWalt RogersRepublican6,99752.7
Doris J. Kelley* Democratic6,03145.4
Iowa House of Representatives elections, 2012 [3]
District 60
Turnout: 13,288
Republican hold Walt Rogers*Republican8,96651.9
Bob Greenwood Democratic8,29848.0


  1. ^ "November 4, 2008 General Election Results". Iowa Secretary of State. Retrieved September 19, 2011.
  2. ^ "Official Results Report, General Election held November 2, 2010" (PDF). Iowa Secretary of State. December 16, 2010. p. 61. Retrieved September 19, 2011.
  3. ^ "2012 General Election Canvass Summary" (PDF). Iowa Secretary of State. December 14, 2012. p. 106. Retrieved December 12, 2013.

External links[edit]

Iowa House of Representatives
Preceded by
Doris Kelley
60th District (formerly 20th)
Succeeded by