Posts Tagged ‘Iowa Caucuses’
 

 
State-Capitol

State Parties Receive Large Boost from Caucus Night Registrations

DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate announces that both the Republican Party of Iowa and the Iowa Democratic Party saw substantial gains in their voter registration numbers as a result of the February 1 Iowa Caucus...
by The Iowa Republican

 
 
JebDY

Bush is Making Iowa More Difficult Than It Should Be

The media’s reaction to former Florida Governor Jeb Bush’s seventh place showing in the latest Quinnipiac University poll in Iowa was both predictable and pathetic. The conclusion that the Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza...
by Craig Robinson

 
 
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Sen. Rand Paul Latest to Confirm Attendance to Faith and Freedom Coalition Event

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is the latest 2016 presidential hopeful to confirm his attendance at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition’s 2015 Spring Kickoff. While there have been other multi-candidate events in Iowa this year,...
by Craig Robinson

 

 
Carson

Paging Dr. Carson

Even though Texas Senator Ted Cruz is the only officially announced Republican presidential candidate, the 2016 race is well underway. Beyond the big multi-candidate events being held in Iowa every month, potential candidates s...
by Craig Robinson

 
 
Press

Iowa Journalists Play a Key Role in Protecting Our First in the Nation Caucuses

For as long as I can remember, the Iowa Caucuses have been beaten up by members of the national media. Their worn out talking points include that Iowans are not ethnically diverse and that too few people participate in what can...
by Craig Robinson

 

 
Iowa

Does Iowa Push Republican Candidates to the Right?

Last weekend’s conservative confab in Iowa has once again drawn the ire of some national political pundits.  Cokie Roberts, a News Analyst for National Public Radio and frequent guest on ABC’s Sunday morning show, This Wee...
by Craig Robinson