Posts Tagged ‘Michele Bachmann’
 

 
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Kevin’s Korner: Big Liberty Broken, Poll Tolls and Unsettled Science

Greetings and welcome to Kevin’s Korner. He that breaks a thing to find out what it is has left the path of wisdom. There is no joy here at the downfall of Kent Sorenson. Although it was TheIowaRepublican.com’s reporting th...
by Kevin Hall

 
 
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Sorenson Pleads Guilty to Concealing Federal Campaign Expenditures; UPDATED with Statement from Sorenson Attorney

Former State Senator Kent Sorenson pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal election crimes and obstructing an investigation into that conduct. The investigation goes into Sorenson’s work as the state chairman for Michele Bach...
by Kevin Hall

 
 
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Kevin’s Korner: Bruce Spruces Up, the Jack Hatch Tax and a Liberal’s Liberal

Greetings and welcome to Kevin’s Korner. The sun is the same in a relative way, but you’re older. Shorter of breath and one day, closer to death. 71 days until Election Day. Time to ante up and kick in … LATE BREAKING NEW...
by Kevin Hall

 

 
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Kevin’s Korner: On Duty for Joni, Silencing the Rabble and Braley’s Bull

Greetings and welcome to Kevin’s Korner. Wise men speak because they have something to say; Fools because they have to say something. Lots of folks, inside and outside of Iowa, stepped up to go #OnDutyforJoni during the past ...
by Kevin Hall

 
 
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A Month-by-Month Look Back at 2013’s Biggest Political Stories in Iowa

January - Harkin Hangs It Up Longtime Iowa Democrat Senator Tom Harkin announces he will not seek reelection in 2014. Harkin’s decision sends political shockwaves throughout the state. Harkin’s was practically unbeatable i...
by Kevin Hall

 

 
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SCC Member Explains Reasoning for Wanting Convention Delegates to Elect Chair, Co-Chair

Mark Doland, the secretary for the Republican Party of Iowa, wants to change the way the party selects its chairperson and co-chair. Instead of the 18 member State Central Committee deciding whom to place in charge of the party...
by Kevin Hall