August 22, 2014 New Hampton Tribune article – New Hampton graduate runs as Libertarian candidate.

August 14, 2014 Des Moines Register article – Treasurer needs term limits, Laube says. Honesty is crucial in the ‘state banker’s position’ he adds. Article covers the speech Keith Laube made at the Register’s Soapbox at the State Fair on Wednesday. Laube stated “I urge you to check out the slate of Libertarian candidates this fall. They are smart, hardworking and honest.”

August 14, 2014  Waverly Democrat article – Libertarian candidate with area roots enters race for state treasurer.

August 8, 2014 KCOB Radio – Keith Laube responded to current State Treasurer Michael Fitzgerald’s misuse of funds in the Iowa 529 College Savings Plan. Laube stated “Fitzgerald has and continues to promote himself with the money parents invested for the education of their children.”  Using 529 College Savings Plan money to run TV ads that promote both the 529 Plan and Michael Fitzgerald is wrong. Laube believes this is the result of someone being in office too long, giving them a sense of entitlement and not having to follow rules. Laube states that this is one of the reasons he is running for office, to make improvements to state government. If elected State Treasurer, Laube would not use parents’ money to promote himself.

July 31, 2014 KCOB Radio – Keith Laube was interviewed by Randy Van after the Secretary of State’s Office confirmed that Keith’s candidacy filing paperwork was in good order and that he is officially on the November ballot for Treasurer of State.

March 25-26, 2014 KCOB Radio – Keith Laube was interviewed by Randy Van regarding his nomination for Treasurer of State.

March 25, 2014 Ames Tribune article – “We have a very talented group of candidates that were nominated,” said Keith Laube, chairman of the state party. Laube, whose day job is public works director for the city of Newton, was nominated to run for the state treasurer’s office.

March 25, 2014-Newton Daily News Public Works director running for Treasurer of Iowa