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Rand and Craig

Rand Paul’s Iowa Campaign Should Make the Rest of the GOP Field Nervous

As the old saying goes, out of sight, out of mind. Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has only attended two multi-candidate events in Iowa this year – the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition event in April and the Republican Party o...
by Craig Robinson

 
 
Santorum

Santorum’s 2012 Iowa Caucus Campaign Manager Returns

Of all the people that were part of Rick Santorum’s improbable 2012 Iowa caucus victory, Cody Brown probably gets the least amount of credit. It’s not because Brown didn’t play a vital role in the 2012 campaign, it’s be...
by Craig Robinson

 
 
Iowasign

Is it the Iowa or Idaho Caucuses? Rand Paul seems Confused

This morning Kentucky Senator Rand Paul’s presidential campaign team posted the following graphic on Facebook encouraging people to record an endorsement video.  The graphic shows the outline of the state of Iowa, but th...
by Craig Robinson

 

 
Iowa

Takeaways from Iowa Quinnipiac Poll

It’s been almost a month since we have seen new polling data on the Republican field in Iowa. On Wednesday, Quinnipiac released its latest Iowa poll that shows Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker in the lead with 18 percent, foll...
by Craig Robinson

 
 
immigration-reform

Iowa Republicans Appear to be Open to Immigration Reform

An Iowa presidential poll conducted back in April by the Partnership for a New American Economy, a group that advocates for immigration reform, shows that the actual views of Republican caucus goers on the hot-button issues may...
by Craig Robinson

 

 
Christie

Chris Christie May Play A Larger Role In 2016 Race Than You Think

Despite New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s close relationship with Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and all the spadework he has done in Iowa since 2010, it appears that Iowa will not play a major role in his 2016 presidential ...
by Craig Robinson