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Author: James Q. Lynch | December 27, 2011 | 1 comment

  It’s hard to find a straight Republican in Iowa. It seems they’re all leaning. With a week to go before Iowa’s first-in-the-nation precinct caucuses, few Republicans have landed solidly on one candidate. A recent Iowa State University/Gazette/KCRG-TV9 poll of likely caucusgoers found the race “remarkably fluid” ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | December 22, 2011 | No comments

ANAMOSA – Michele Bachmann revved up the Dec. 22 leg of her 99-county bus tour by hopping on a vintage motorcycle at the National Motorcycle Museum. Bachmann, who is about three-quarters of the way through her pre-caucus tour, made a quick look around the museum after ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | December 22, 2011 | No comments

He’s not getting as much attention as his University of Iowa colleague Stephen Bloom, but Michael Lewis-Beck has offered a defense of the Iowa caucuses and their first-in-the nation status. The political science professor emeritus, who co-authored “The American Voter Revisited,” a look at the polarization ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | November 18, 2011 | No comments

  ANAMOSA – It’s the debt, stupid. And Ron Paul has a plan to deal with it. The Texas congressman, whose poll numbers have been rising and who consistently draws larger audiences than most of his rivals, spoke of an urgency to deal with the nation’s “unbelievable” $15 ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | November 16, 2011 | No comments

  It’s probably a compliment when a presidential hopeful is asked their choice of a running mate, a sign that the candidate is being taken seriously, seen as a contender. However it was meant, it struck Rick Santorum as, well, premature. The former Pennsylvania senator was fielding questions ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | November 15, 2011 | No comments

ANAMOSA — Rick Santorum says he’s working harder in Iowa than any other candidate for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. Despite bottom rung standing in polls of likely caucusgoers, the former Pennsylvania senator thinks he’s making progress. “I get pigeonholed as social conservative,” he said during a ...