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Author: James Q. Lynch | November 4, 2011 | No comments

Mitt Romney will be back on the campaign trail in Iowa Monday, but his advance team arrives today. Romney’s son, Josh, will be in Marion and Cedar Rapids. At 10:15 a.m., he’ll make a stop at Cindy Golding’s campaign headquarters, 1121 7th Ave., Marion, to join ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | November 3, 2011 | No comments

  Mitt Romney, the will-he-or-won’t-he candidate of the 2012 election cycle will. Campaign in Iowa, that is. The former Massachusetts governor will be back in Iowa Nov. 7, campaigning in Dubuque and Scott counties, territory he carried in 2008 when he was runner-up to former Arkansas Gov. Mike ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | November 2, 2011 | 1 comment

  WILLIAMSBURG — Rick Santorum is the perfect Iowa precinct caucus story. If he could just get someone to tell it. “We’re underdog. The candidate that’s going to come up in the last few weeks,” the former Pennsylvania senator said Nov. 2 in Williamsburg. Santorum said he’s getting shortchanged ...

Author: Associated Press | November 2, 2011 | No comments

  CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire has scheduled its first-in-the-nation presidential primary for the second Tuesday in January, finally giving candidates a concrete calendar after months of uncertainty. The Jan. 10 date announced by Secretary of State Bill Gardner Wednesday had been widely expected since Nevada ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | November 1, 2011 | No comments

PELLA – Five Republicans seeking their party’s nomination promised lower taxes, less regulation and greater trade opportunities for American industry during a forum hosted by manufacturing trade association. Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who highlighted his record of creating 1 million net new jobs over the past ...

Author: Rod Boshart | November 1, 2011 | No comments

  DES MOINES – Top national Republican strategists said Tuesday they plan to use Democrat Barack Obama’s own words -- in promising economic improvements, less government debt and lower deficits -- against him in “ground zero” battleground states like Iowa to make sure he’s a one-term ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | October 31, 2011 | No comments

Iowa has a special place in President Obama’s re-election campaign organization as the state that launched him four years ago. But the campaign is not resting on warm memories of the last campaign. In a conference call with Iowa reporters Oct. 31, Obama campaign officials said they ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | October 31, 2011 | No comments

What’s up, Iowa? Roughly midway between two iconic Iowa contests on the road to the Republican presidential nomination Herman Cain and Michele Bachmann have reversed roles. Bachmann, who won the straw poll after entering the race less than two months earlier, and Cain, who finished in single ...

Author: The Gazette Staff | October 28, 2011 | No comments

As the 2012 Iowa caucuses get ever closer, a recent University of Iowa Hawkeye Poll released today indicates that the economy continues to be an important issue for voters. When asked to describe the country's current economic condition, nearly half of the likely Republican caucus attendees ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | October 27, 2011 | No comments

Here comes another Obama challenger. A Democrat. Anti-abortion activist Randall Terry is bringing his campaign for president to Iowa, including a stop this morning in front of City Hall in downtown Cedar Rapids. According to a spokesman, he’s also making ad buys in Iowa, including this one. ...

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