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September 27th, 2010

Fallon Concedes Defeat in Culver and Conlin Races

Former Democrat State Representative Ed Fallon sent out an email conceding defeat for the Democratic candidates running for the U.S. Senate and Governor in Iowa.

Fallon began his email by writing, “Yup. The proverbial fat lady is singing, if not bellowing.”

He went on to say, “If you’re Chet Culver, you should be looking for a mid-level government job in Washington, DC about now (and rumor has it this is actually happening.) This week’s Iowa Poll shows the incumbent governor down 19 points to former- and future-Governor Terry Branstad.”

Fallon also believes its curtains for Roxanne Conlin’s U.S. Senate campaign.  The Des Moines Register poll showed her trailing Chuck Grassley by 31 points.

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Craig Robinson is the founder and editor-in-chief of, a political news and commentary site he launched in March of 2009. Robinson’s political analysis is respected across party lines, which has allowed him to build a good rapport with journalist across the country. Robinson has also been featured on Iowa Public Television’s Iowa Press, ABC’s This Week, and other local television and radio programs. Campaign’s & Elections Magazine recognized Robinson as one of the top influencers of the 2012 Iowa Caucuses. A 2013 Politico article sited Robinson and as the “premier example” of Republican operatives across the country starting up their own political news sites. His website has been repeatedly praised as the best political blog in Iowa by the Washington Post, and in January of 2015, Politico included him on the list of local reporters that matter in the early presidential states. Robinson got his first taste of Iowa politics in 1999 while serving as Steve Forbes’ southeast Iowa field coordinator where he was responsible for organizing 27 Iowa counties. In 2007, Robinson served as the Political Director of the Republican Party of Iowa where he was responsible for organizing the 2007 Iowa Straw Poll and the 2008 First-in-the-Nation Iowa Caucuses. Following the caucuses, he created his own political news and commentary site, Robinson is also the President of Global Intermediate, a national mail and political communications firm with offices in West Des Moines, Iowa, and Washington, D.C. Robinson utilizes his fundraising and communications background to service Global’s growing client roster with digital and print marketing. Robinson is a native of Goose Lake, Iowa, and a 1999 graduate of St. Ambrose University in Davenport, where he earned degrees in history and political science. Robinson lives in Ankeny, Iowa, with his wife, Amanda, and son, Luke. He is an active member of the Lutheran Church of Hope.

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