Category Archives: Iowa

Bachmann Ends Presidential Campaign

Following her disappointing sixth place finish in the Iowa Republican caucuses, Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann announced on Wednesday, Jan. 4, that she has ended her presidential campaign. http://cdnapi.kaltura.com/index.php/kwidget/wid/0_ty25fcdk/uiconf_id/6501231

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Romney Ekes Out Narrow Victory Over Santorum in Iowa Caucuses

What a nail biter! Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney eked out an eight-vote victory over former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum in the Iowa Republican caucuses. Santorum and Romney were tied throughout the night, and Iowa Republican Chair Matt Strawn only … Continue reading

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Perry to "Reassess" Campaign

Following a fifth place finish in the Iowa Republican caucuses, Texas Gov. Rick Perry said he will return to Texas to “reassess” his campaign.

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Is Santorum About to Become Iowa’s Comeback Kid?

Will former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum become Iowa’s comeback kid? Santorum came in third in the Des Moines Register’s latest poll with 15 percent of likely Republican Iowa caucusgoers saying they will vote for him. The Family Leader President and … Continue reading

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Romney Faces Questions About Pro-Gay Statements

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney faced questions about pro-gay statements he made during his failed 1994 Senate campaign during the latest Republican presidential debate in Sioux City, Iowa, on Thursday, Dec. 15. Fox News’ Chris Wallace specifically asked Romney about … Continue reading

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Boehner: Gingrich is a Conservative

Is former House Speaker Newt Gingrich a real conservative? House Speaker John Boehner described Gingrich as such during Politico’s monthly Playbook Breakfast at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, Dec. 14. “It would be hard to describe Newt as … Continue reading

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Is Perry Throwing LGBT Americans Under the Bus?

Does Rick Perry think homophobia is a viable way to court voters ahead of the Iowa caucuses? His latest campaign advertisement seems to suggest he is willing to throw LGBT Americans under the bus to bolster his languishing campaign ahead … Continue reading

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Did Romney Stretch the Truth in First Television Campaign Ad?

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s first television ad proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that the primary season is in full swing. As with anything, however, the truth is sometimes subjective — and the fact that Romney used a … Continue reading

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Poll: Romney, Gingrich Lead Among Republicans

A new USA Today/Gallup poll shows that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney remains the frontrunner among the Republican presidential candidates, but former House Speaker Newt Gingrich continues to gain momentum over his rivals. Twenty percent of Republicans who responded to … Continue reading

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Will Allegations of Inappropriate Conduct Derail the Cain Juggernaut?

Will allegations of inappropriate conduct against two former female National Restaurant Association staffers derail Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain’s improbable campaign? Politico reported late on Sunday, Oct. 30, that the women accepted five figure settlements from the lobbying group in … Continue reading

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