KIMT News 3 – The Iowa presidential caucus happens once every four years. And if you live in Iowa, you know all about the process. It’s the first real test for the presidential candidates, and it all boils down to the participants, and their relationship with the candidates. 667 more words
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Sen. Bernie Sanders is gaining in the polls against Hillary Clinton in Iowa, continuing his momentum in the early primary states two months after entering the race for the Democratic nomination. 402 more words
Friday night in rural northwest Iowa is as picturesque as American politics gets. Half the town of Pierson is sprawled across the outfield grass of a Little League ballpark, eating pork sandwiches and cupcakes as a country band plays atop a flatbed crowded with hay bales. 1,102 more words
Now that Jeb Bush has officially announced he is seeking the nomination of the Republican party as its candidate for president of the United States, it seems a good time to ask how likely it is that he will actually become the 45th US President. 810 more words
Let me be the first commentator to state explicitly what many Democratic insiders fear and many of the most progressive activists in the party yearn for: There is a very real prospect that Senator Bernie Sanders wins an outright victory in the Iowa caucus and pulls off one of the most stunning upsets in modern political history. 1,082 more words
It’s Friday! Another week in the books and another weekend on the horizon.
I have taken a small break from reflecting on the amusing news of the week because of the time consuming marathon training schedule I was on and because life has just been insanely busy as of late. 990 more words