Posts Tagged ‘Iowa Caucus’

Bush IA

Jeb’s Quiet Push in Iowa

  On Monday night in Ames, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush spoke to a couple hundred Story County Republicans at the Judge Joseph Story Dinner at the Prairie Moon Winery. Bush didn’t appear to be a candidate who felt ou...
by Craig Robinson


Iowa Apprentice Contestant to be one of Three Trump Iowa Chairs

  Donald J. Trump Announces 3 Iowa Co-Chairs (New York, New York) July 9, 2015 – Donald J. Trump, Republican candidate for President, announces today 3 Iowa Co-Chairs: Colonel Brian Miller from Sioux City, Tana Goe...
by Craig Robinson

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



Walker Maintains Lead in Latest Iowa Caucus Poll – Rand Paul and Rick Perry big movers.

A new poll of likely Republican caucus goers again shows Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker leading the 16-member field of Republican candidates by six points. The poll was released on Thursday afternoon in Washington D.C. at a le...
by Craig Robinson

Trump DSM

Trump: The Political Apprentice

Donald Trump has amassed a fortune developing real estate around the globe. Presidential candidates are required to publicly disclose their financial assets at the outset of their campaign. The documents that Trump filed show a...
by Craig Robinson



Cruz’s New Strategy Is a Recipe for Disaster

The parallels between sports and politics are endless. In sports, there is the dreaded vote of confidence given to coaches from athletic directors, general managers, or team ownership. The public vote of confidence is dreaded b...
by Craig Robinson