Posts Tagged ‘Homepage Spotlight’
 

 
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Garrett Brings Sanity to Partisan Committee Hearings

During the Iowa Senate Democrats’ neverending attempts to aid the colleague Jack Hatch’s gubernatorial campaign via the Government Oversight Committee, Senator Julian Garrett stands as a voice of reason, cutting through the...
by Kevin Hall

 
 
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In Their Own Words: Goodyk’s, Howe’s Involvement in U.S. Senate Forum

During our reporting on the Polk County GOP’s decision to withdraw as co-sponsor of U.S. Senate candidate forum to be held at Grand View University Wednesday night, TheIowaRepublican.com mentioned evidence that activists Mont...
by Kevin Hall

 
 
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Zaun’s Poor Fundraising Performance Shakes Up Third District Race

The campaign finance disclosures for the Republican candidates in the Third Congressional District are all in, and as I expected, the results tell us a lot about where the race stands today. Brad Zaun, the perceived frontrunner...
by Craig Robinson

 

 
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Clovis: You Must Be Present to Win

Des Moines – “There are two battles going on this race for the open U.S. Senate seat, currently held by Tom Harkin,” said Sam Clovis.  He continued saying that first you have to be right on the issues.  “Our campaign ...
by The Iowa Republican

 
 
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Iowa’s Community Colleges Need to Follow the Regents Lead

Recently, the Iowa State Senate passed a $989 million education budget for fiscal year 2015.  The bill increases funding for the state’s regent universities, community colleges, and it also funds some of Governor Branstad’...
by Craig Robinson

 

 
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Grand View CRs Shared Forum Questions with Activists; Now Coordinating with Bierfeldt, RPI for U.S. Senate Forum

Although they refused to share candidate questions for the U.S. Senate forum with the co-sponsor of the event, the Grand View College Republicans apparently had no qualms about sharing the questions with outside activists. The ...
by Kevin Hall