meet jenny

Jenny was born and raised in Clinton. She graduated from Clinton High School and attended Clinton Community College before transferring to Loras College to finish her degree.

 

She returned to Clinton in 2005 to teach at her alma mater of Clinton High School as educator to at-risk students. She completed her Master’s in Educational Leadership and Administration in 2015 and served in the administration for Clinton public schools before becoming the assistant principal at Prince of Peace Catholic School in Clinton.

Outside of her professional career, Hansen volunteers and attends Prince of Peace Catholic Church. 

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on the issues

education

As an educator, I'm a strong advocate for our public schools, students, and teachers. We need to fund our schools at the state level to make sure our students have the resources they need to succeed.

healthcare

Our communities in Clinton County and across Iowa need access to affordable, quality healthcare and expanded access to mental healthcare services. Healthcare is a critical infrastructure for our communities and families. 

natural resources

We need to protect our natural resources like our water and air as well as promote responsible land stewardship not only for communities present-day, but for the next generations to come to Iowa that deserve have a clean and safe environment. 

house district 69

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The district represents Clinton and surrounding areas of Clinton County including CamaNche, Andover, and Goose Lake.