Woodbury County Elected Officials
County Supervisor, Marty Pottebaum
Marty Pottebaum was born in Remsen, Iowa, the 13th of 15 children. At age two, the family moved to Sioux City, where he has resided ever since. He was a Sioux City Police Officer for eighteen years before he had to retire on a job related disability. He was a member of the last group drafted into The U.S. army, and is a Past President of The Sioux City Police Officers' Association and The Iowa State Police Association, as well as being an honorary member of The Sioux City Fire Fighters Local # 7. He is currently The Chair of The Municipal Fire and Police Retirement System of Iowa. Marty and his wife Kandy together have five children and seven grandchildren.
Marty was elected to The Woodbury County Board of Supervisors in November 2016, where he hopes to be a voice for everyone in the county that wants their representatives to actually listen to them. He will work to provide the necessary services in a cost effective manner. As one of five Supervisors, Marty believes they all need to work for the good of the county and all of it's citizens.
Committees Serving On: Conservation Board, Soil and Water Conservation District, Third Judicial Department of Corrections, Zoning Commission, Area Solid Waste Board (Landfill), WCICC, Western Iowa Tourism, Board of Adjustment, Hungry Canyons Alliance.
State Representative Chris Hall (Dist 13)
Over the past several years, I've fought hard for economic development, early childhood education, and lower property taxes. I was born and raised in Sioux City and have been proud to serve our community as a State Representative. It is a great honor to have this opportunity to give back. www.hallforiowa.com
State Representative Tim Kacena (Dist 14)
Retired Sioux City firefighter and U.S. Army veteran Tim Kacena is a State Representative for the 14th District which represents Sioux City and Western parts of the State. www.kacenaforiowa.com
State Senator - Jackie Smith
“In the Iowa Senate, I will work to bring business to Iowa, but not on the backs of the working class and our most vulnerable citizens. “That means investing more resources in our community colleges, job training, and apprenticeship to ensure that more workers are ready to fill good-paying jobs today, tomorrow and next year.” www.smithforiowasenate.com