Posts Tagged ‘Terry Branstad’
 

 
Branstad RPI

Gov. Branstad released from hospital in good condition

  Branstad released at approximately 9 a.m., mild flu with dehydration cause of incident; other contributing factors, including cardiac issues and stroke, ruled out (DES MOINES)  - The Office of Iowa Gov. Terry E. Branst...
by The Iowa Republican

 
 
Branstad inauguration

UPDATE: Branstad “alert and resting comfortably” after falling ill; Zaun, Highfill describe what happened

Updated with a statement from Branstad’s doctor. Iowa Governor Terry Branstad was taken to the hospital after suffering what witnesses describe as a fainting spell during a noon ribbon-cutting ceremony at DuPont Pioneer i...
by Kevin Hall

 
 
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Live Blog: Iowa Freedom Summit

Good morning and welcome to TheIowaRepublican.com’s live blog of the Iowa Freedom Summit, hosted by Congressman Steve King and Citizens United. We are at Hoyt Sherman Theatre in Des Moines. Last night, Republican Party of...
by Kevin Hall

 

 
Ernst at veterans event

Kevin’s Korner: Joni’s State, Monica Can’t Wait and a Message for Mitt

Greetings and welcome to Kevin’s Korner. History will be kind to me, for I intend to write it. Congressional Republican leaders’ decision to pick Joni Ernst as the one to deliver the response to the president’s State of t...
by Kevin Hall

 
 
Branstad and Reynolds

Branstad, Reynolds Deliver Inaugural Addresses (Full Video and Text)

(DES MOINES) – Iowa Gov. Terry E. Branstad today delivered his inaugural address after taking the oath of office to serve his sixth non-consecutive term as Iowa’s governor. This is the governor’s seventh inauguration – ...
by The Iowa Republican

 

 
Pro-LIFE

Young, Reynolds, Thayer added to Midwest March of Life

Des Moines, Iowa-The third annual Midwest March for Life will take place this Saturday, January 17, at 11:00am.This event is held each year to commemorate the dreadful 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, which paved the way for aborti...
by The Iowa Republican