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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar will give the keynote address at the Iowa Democratic Party’s annual Jefferson Jackson Dinner, the state party organization announced Tuesday.
The two-term senator will speak at the dinner Read More »
“Branstad tried to abolish preschool funding.”
Source of claim
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jack Hatch’s TV ad “Yawn,” which started airing Tuesday
Sixty percent of Iowa 4-year-olds are enr Read More »
INDIANOLA — Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, spent a pleasant Sunday afternoon rallying support for Iowa Democratic candidates, testing the 2016 presidential waters in the nation’s kickoff nominating state, and renew Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Iowans hoping for another Clinton presidency are being careful not to let their Ready for Hillary enthusiasm overshadow Sen. Tom Harkin’s 37th and final annual steak Fry.
But it might be hard to see the Harkin for the Hillary Read More »
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Citing his busy schedule, Gov. Terry Branstad has put off the date for his deposition in a high-profile civil lawsuit until after the November election.
CEDAR RAPIDS — Republican candidate for Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate has released his plan to encourage voter participation, strengthen election integrity with verifiable voter identification and embrace technology to make voter registration Read More »
DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad and his running mate, Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds, traveled to college campuses Tuesday offering their plan for making higher education affordable and reducing student debt.
The GOP team proposed offering fixed-pri Read More »
Voters will make some big decisions impacting their local schools today. Four districts in Eastern Iowa have issues on the ballot. In Cedar Rapids voters will get a second chance to decide whether or not to extend and increase the district’s Physi Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Absentee ballots and a recount in one Cedar Rapids voting precinct Tuesday left the fate of the Cedar Rapids Community School District’s Physical Plant and Equipment levy in doubt.
Unofficial results Tuesday showed the measure Read More »
Tuesday voters went to the polls in several counties in Eastern Iowa to decide various funding requests for new buildings or renovations.
The Cedar Falls School District asked voters to Read More »