Posts Tagged ‘Iowa Republicans’
 

 

Catching Up After a Long 4th of July Weekend

Stop the Convention Talk Last Friday, Roll Call published an article about the likelihood that the Republican nomination for the open U.S. Senate seat in Iowa will be determined at convention.  The article quotes an unidentifi...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Scott Walker Makes His 2016 Debut

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker made good use of his time in Des Monies on Thursday night.  In the span of a couple hours, he raised money for his 2014 re-election campaign at a private roundtable fundraiser that was organized...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Reynolds deserves serious consideration for open U.S. Senate seat

Iowans are routinely reminded that they are one of just two states that have never elected a woman to Congress or to a governorship.  It is a distinction that we share with the State of Mississippi. Some say that makes Iowans ...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Rathje campaign begins to take shape

1st Congressional District, Cedar Rapids-Today, Steve Rathje, Candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives seat representing the 1st District of Iowa, announced his campaign organization for the 2014 election. “I am proud ...
by The Iowa Republican

 
 

My two cents on RPI’s Freedom on Tour event

I traveled to Dubuque on Saturday to take in the Republican Party of Iowa’s “Freedom on Tour” event featuring Tom Woods, a New York Times-bestselling author.  Woods, who has previously spoken at an RPI event, also headed...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Mickelson: The Pro Life Position is an Act of Worship

Below is the video of Jan Mickelson’s speech at the Republican Party of Iowa’s Celebrate Life event last Saturday.  In my opinion, this was the best speech of the day.  Trust me, it’s worth the time to watch Mickelson...
by Craig Robinson