Posts Tagged ‘Schultz’
 

 

First Gubernatorial Debate in the Books – The Weekly Roundup

Governor Terry Branstad and State Senator Jack Hatch debated at the Iowa State Fair on Thursday afternoon.  It has been shocking how little attention the debate received in the days leading up to it, but nothing really happene...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Republicans Need Focus, Not Unity

The word “unity” has been popular subject with Republican activists as they move past the contested primaries and begin to focus on this fall’s general election.  Unity is an admirable goal to strive for, but as we have ...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

How David Young Went from Fifth Place to Republican Nominee

David Young’s victory at Saturday’s Third District congressional nominating convention was stunning to say the least. While some will grumble about Republicans nominating a candidate who finished in fifth place in the prima...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

The Weekly Round Up: Let’s Get Ready to Rumble!

Third District Special Nominating Primer It’s going to be a crazy day for Third District Republican delegates. Before heading into the convention, there are a couple of things you should probably know. First, the rules of the...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Baggage Claim: A Look at What Could Weigh Down Third District Candidates in the General Election

Third District Republican candidate Monte Shaw seems to have a target on his back as Saturday’s special nominating convention draws near.  Even though Shaw finished in fourth place, over 3,300 votes shy of first place finish...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Monte Shaw Under Attack for Renewable Fuels Donations to Democrats

Saturday’s Republican state convention may have had no bearing on the Third District congressional race, but it did provide the campaigns a venue for some good old-fashioned campaigning. Matt Schultz’s campaign plastered th...
by Craig Robinson