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CEDAR RAPIDS — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jack Hatch is off the air.
And cable and radio and the Internet.
Although he’s trailing five-term GOP Gov. Terry Branstad by 6 to as much as 24 percentage points in various polls, the D Read More »
INDIANOLA, Iowa (AP) — Democrat Bruce Braley and Republican Joni Ernst clashed over health care, Social Security and foreign policy during the first debate of the Iowa Senate race.
The candidates in the closely-fought race have largely campa Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS - A television ad called “Missed Votes” by the National Republican Senatorial Committee says “In Congress, Braley has skipped twice as many votes as any other Iowa congressman. When he sat on the Government Oversight Committee, he ski Read More »
“Blum cheated his workers out of overtime.”
“He moved his business to dodge Iowa taxes.”
“He laid off over 70 workers”
Source of Claim: Iowa Rep. Pat Murphy, a Dubuqu Read More »
IOWA CITY — It was fitting that Iowa Republicans’ “Dream Team” of candidates made a stop at Hamburg Inn No. 2 in downtown Iowa City as part of the kickoff to 40 days of voting in the 2014 gubernatorial and midterm election, Gov. Terry Branstad sai Read More »
IOWA CITY, Iowa — A forty-day sprint or perhaps a marathon?
On Thursday, early voting opened in Iowa for the general election on November 4.
Compared with 2010, the last midterm election and the last Iowa governor’s race, requests for Read More »
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Early voting by absentee ballot will begin in Iowa on Thursday, and the secretary of state is encouraging all eligible voters to participate.
Iowa allows absentee voting by mail and offers early in-person voting at th Read More »
DES MOINES, Iowa — A new study confirms what anyone watching Iowa television probably knows already — Gov. Terry Branstad is massively outspending his Democratic opponent Jack Hatch in the Republican incumbent's drive for re-election.< Read More »
IOWA CITY - Three Iowa state senators recently tried living on minimum wage for week, and it wasn’t easy, according to Senator Joe Bolkcom of Iowa City.
“I started by making a grocery list of things I like and eat, shopped it and made a pan Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Candidates for Iowa secretary of state are calling for more voter education and better use of technology to increase citizen participation in elections.
However, Democrat Brad Anderson and Republican Paul Pate said Wednesday t Read More »
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