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Author: James Q. Lynch | October 24, 2011 | No comments

  After making a pitch to more than 1,000 social conservatives at the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition presidential candidate forum Saturday night in Des Moines, a few of the candidates are continuing their visits with campaign appearances around d the state. Former Speaker Newt Gingrich is ...

Author: Mike Wiser | October 23, 2011 | No comments

    DES MOINES – The polls, the pundits, and the candidates themselves have told Iowa’s social conservatives that the top issue in the 2012 election is the economy. Saturday night in an exhibit hall on the Iowa State Fairgrounds about 1,000 social conservatives turned out to convince ...

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

WILTON -- Diana Gradert was wearing a Rick Perry sticker, not because she had committed to supporting the Texas Republican’s presidential bid, but because it was the right thing to do. “They were handing them out when we came in and it would be impolite to ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | October 20, 2011 | No comments

CEDAR RAPIDS – A day after saying he won’t endorse any of the 2012 Republican presidential hopefuls before the Iowa precinct caucuses, Sen. Chuck Grassley said there’s a remote possibility he may change his mind. Grassley announced Oct. 19 that just as he didn’t endorse in ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | October 19, 2011 | No comments

UPDATED: CEDAR RAPIDS – As promised. Sen. Chuck Grassley has made a decision about endorsing a 2012 Republican presidential hopeful. His decision is that he won’t endorse any candidate, Grassley said Oct. 19. “We’ve got several good candidates, and I think I’m willing to let the system ...

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

Iowans won’t have much time to stow away the champagne glasses, funny hats and noisemakers from New Year’s Eve parties before it’s time to get out the campaign signs, funny hats and noisemakers for precinct caucuses. Once again, Iowans will go from ringing in the New ...

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

Like déjà vu all over again. The Republican Party of Iowa has nailed down a date for its first-in-the-nation precinct caucuses – Jan. 3. It will be just like 2008 when the caucuses came hard on the heels of New Year’s Day and smack dab in the ...

Author: The Gazette Staff | October 17, 2011 | No comments

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum has picked up the endorsement of two Iowa lawmakers including Rep. Dawn Pettengill, R-Mount Auburn. Pettengill said Santorum “has stood out as a man of conviction and principle at a time when our nation needs true leadership.” “Santorum's commitment to conservative values, ...

Author: The Gazette Staff | October 14, 2011 | No comments

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum has released his first radio advertisement campaign in Iowa. In the ad – “Agree,” Santorum points out where he and his fellow Republican contenders don't agree, but Santorum makes it clear that they do agree on one important issue -- defeating ...

Author: James Q. Lynch | October 12, 2011 | No comments

  They’re not ideological soul mates, but Mitt Romney appears to be the likeliest 2012 GOP presidential hopeful to get Sen. Chuck Grassley’s endorsement, but Herman Cain would benefit most. That is, if Grassley endorses anyone. Grassley, a six-term Republican who didn’t endorse anyone before Iowa’s 2008 first-in-the-nation ...

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