Posts Tagged ‘Paul McKinley’
 

 

Senate Republican Leader Bill Dix – A Step in the Right Direction

By Craig Robinson In recent years, the only thing that has changed more than the Iowa weather is Republican leadership in the Iowa Senate.  Since Mary Lundby orchestrated a mid-session leadership coup ousting Stewart Iverson i...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Senate Republicans Announce Committee Appointments for 2012 Session

Job creation, property tax relief, responsible budgeting and real education reform remain caucus priorities DES MOINES – Senate Republican Leader Jerry Behn (R-Boone) today announced the Senate Republican committee assignme...
by Kevin Hall

 
 

New Leadership Needs to Unite Republican Caucus In State Senate

For the fourth time since the spring of 2006, Republicans in the State Senate have selected a new leader to guide the Republican caucus in the chamber.  State Senator Jerry Behn was elected by his peers to replace Senator Paul...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Behn Elected as Republican Leader

DES MOINES – Today, Senate Republicans met at the Capitol and elected leadership for the second half of the 84th General Assembly, which will convene on January 9, 2012. Senator Jerry Behn (R-Boone) was elected as Republican ...
by The Iowa Republican

 
 

How Republicans Missed A Golding Opportunity

Drama Form The Start When Governor Terry Branstad appointed Democrat State Senator Swati Dandekar to the Iowa Utilities Board, Republicans were ecstatic about having an opportunity to force split control of the Senate chamber b...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Kevin’s Korner: The No-Debating Debate, Branstad’s New Career & You Go First Newt

Greetings and welcome. You wanted the best, well you’ve got the best. The hottest Sunday morning blog currently posted on this website…Kevin’s Korner. My clandestine, ubiquitous informants tell me some key presidential en...
by Kevin Hall