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The retention vote for Justice Wiggins has sparked a statewide dueling bus tour and today, the groups shared their message in Sioux City. Social conservatives are seeking to oust Iowa Supreme Court Justice David Wiggins who was a part of a unanimous 2009 ruling to legalize same–sex marriage in Iowa. Former Iowa Governor Candidate, Bob Vander Plaats, warned the audience that a retention vote for Justice Wiggins is a slippery slope. "If they will redefine the institution of marriage, they won't even blink an eye when they take your private property, when they seize your guns, when they take away your religious liberty, when they tell you how to educate your children. This is freedom."
Shadowing the "No Wiggins" vote bus across much of the state was the group pushing to retain Justice Wiggins. The group is largely made up of people from the Iowa State Bar Association and they reinforced the strength of both Iowa's court system and Justice Wiggins. Iowa State Bar Association member and former Sioux City lawyer, Dan Moore, says, "Our court system again is second to none (compared to) any court system in the nation. And we have great judges, we have great justices, and we have fair and impartial courts."
Both sides remind you to flip your paper ballot over on election day – that's where the retention question is located. A "yes" vote keeps Justice Wiggins in his position while a "No" vote is one against retaining him.