King currently leads Vilsack by four points, according to a HuffPost Pollster estimate, but he has garnered the attention of national groups looking to oust him based on his often far-right positions. The congressman, who is running for his sixth term, was outspoken about -- among other things -- the need to pay for any spending on disaster relief, an issue he has dealt with before. In 2005, he voted against a bill to help Hurricane Katrina victims because he said it cost too much at $51.8 billion. King was one of only 11 members of Congress to oppose the bill.No word yet on whether Rep. King -- who, according to his spokesperson doesn't necessarily shower, or shower well, daily -- (again?) broke debate rules by writing notes on his hand. King's final ad, below, boasts, "I've told you exactly where I stand." Oh, yes you have, Congressman. Yes, you have.
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