John Landon is the Iowa State Representative from the 37th District.
Landon was born in State Center, Iowa and resides in Ankeny, Iowa.
A Republican, he has served in the Iowa House of Representatives since 2013. He has a Bachelor of Surgery in agriculture from Iowa State University. As of May 2013, Landon serves on several committees in the Iowa House – the Commerce, Human Resources, and Transportation committees.
Born and raised on the family farm near State Center, Iowa, John is a fourth generation Iowan, a veteran and a small business owner who has lived in Ankeny since 1994.
As a Partner at Peoples Company, a farm management and real estate business, John served as a farm manager and agricultural realtor. In addition, he owns and operates several local farms.
In the past John merchandised grain for two international grain trading companies, and managed three different grain elevators over a career in business and farming that spans three decades. His long career in agriculture and family farming gives him a unique perspective on what drives Iowa’s economy, as well as an in-depth understanding of Iowa’s agricultural production, bi-products and related manufacturing industries.
In addition to his military service, John's community service includes Stewardship Committee Leader and Deacon at Cornerstone Baptist Church in Ankeny.
I was also a Cub Scout Pack 87 leader and Boy Scout Troup 188 Leader over a twelve year period. *incumbent.
He also serves as the vice chair of the Ways and Means committee and as a member of the Capitals Appropriations Subcommittee.