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Branstad wants to keep GOP event, end straw poll vote

DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad says he would support a statewide Republican fundraising event in Ames next summer where GOP presidential hopefuls are invited to speak as long as no vote is taken as had been the practice during past straw polls < Read More »

Branstad hails Christie's veto of hog crate ban

DES MOINES (AP) — Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad on Monday praised Gov. Chris Christie’s veto of a ban on crates for sows but says the New Jersey Republican’s action wasn’t influenced by the 2016 Iowa caucuses.

Branstad called Christie’s Friday ve Read More »

N.J. Governor vetoes pig crate bill

DES MOINES — New Jersey’s governor has vetoed a bill in his state that could be seen as appeasing Iowa voters in 2016.

Republican Governor Chris Christie vetoed a bill in his state that would have banned the use of certain pig crates.

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Impact of Obama’s immigration action on Iowa unclear, Branstad says

DES MOINES — The impact of President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration in Iowa is unknown, Gov. Terry Branstad said Monday.

Branstad said he is still in the process of determining how Iowa will be affected by Obama’s action, whi Read More »

Iowa Democrats regroup after midterm losses

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — After a bruising midterm election where they lost a competitive Senate race and emerged with just one of four congressional seats, Iowa Democrats are trying to regroup.
The recent results mean that Iowa will no longer h Read More »

Immigration reform advocates gather in Waterloo to watch Obama’s speech

WATERLOO — Amid a cautious and subdued celebration, supporters of immigration reform in Eastern Iowa noted President Obama’s address on Thursday night. The speech, criticized as executive overreach, announced a series of actions on immigration to Read More »

Caucus endorsement unlikely, but Grassley doesn’t rule it out

CEDAR RAPIDS — The race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination is wide open, but Sen. Chuck Grassley doesn’t expect to endorse any one of the nearly two dozen potential candidates.

But he’s won’t rule out breaking with his practice Read More »

Harkin may continue to serve up politics — and steak — in retirement

CEDAR RAPIDS — There may be more steak on the menu for Sen. Tom Harkin.

His 37th steak fry in September was supposed to be the final edition of the annual late summer gathering of Democrats.

“It’s hard to believe this will be our last Read More »

King, Citizens United to host potential 2016 candidates

CEDAR RAPIDS — Western Iowa U.S. Rep. Steve King is planning a caucus 2016 kickoff featuring at least three potential Republican presidential candidates in January.

King, who earlier this month was re-elected to a seventh term, will team up Read More »

Bernie Sanders to appear at Iowa progressive event

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will headline a liberal advocacy group event in Iowa next month.

Progress Iowa Executive Director Matt Sinovic says Sanders will give the keynote address Dec. 16 at the group’s Read More »

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