Schilling's claim was called "reckless, irresponsible fiction" by the editorial board of the Quad-City Times.
Bustos was endorsed by the Quad-City Times for the general election.
According to the Iowa Newspaper Association, the Quad-City Times has a circulation of 61,366.
The Quad-City Times grew from several predecessors, including the Democratic Banner and Blue Ribbon News.
In December 1989, the Quad-City Times moved into its current building at 500 E. Third St., Davenport.
The Quad-City Times has been on the leading edge of technology, becoming the first all-electronic newspaper in 1973.
Julie Bechtel is the publisher of the Quad-City Times.
Previously, the Quad-City Times published two additional editions, which have since been discontinued:
In addition to its other editions, the Quad-City Times also publishes:
Daily newspapers such as The Muscatine Journal and Quad-City Times are available.