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Is Iowa Getting Redder?

MOLINE, Illinois – Iowa might become less of a “swing state”.

“Right now, the mood of the state, we’re pretty deep red.”

Iowa Republican chairman Jeff Kaufmann joined us for a live interview on News 8 at 6.  266 more words

Election 2016

In Trump Iowa Trusts

It is now that time of year where everyone predicts how they think the election will turn out. I will hopefully have time to make an Electoral College prediction of my own, but I also think that it would be interesting for me to list my prediction for the outcome of Iowa’s election. 3,544 more words

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Behind the Scenes of the Iowa State Fair

There comes a time every year when hundreds of thousands of people gather in a space far too small to accommodate them all. This description fits many events, but no event is quite like the Iowa State Fair (I say that with all due respect to Maryland’s Montgomery County Agricultural Fair, which is happening right now). 1,270 more words

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Trump Explained: Why He has So Many Supporters, and Why You Shouldn't be One of Them

This article was originally published in Issue 9, Fiftieth Year of The Minstrel (February 18, 2016). Click here to view the entire issue.

“It’s not whether you win or lose, but whether you win!” 649 more words

Journalism

How to Caucus: The Guide to Political Iowa

For those unfamiliar with the ways of political Iowa.

caucus /ˈkôkəs/ noun 1. a meeting of the members of a legislative body who are members of a particular political party, to select candidates or decide policy. 953 more words

2016 Presidential Election

Is 'She' Really the Winner?

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Facts make me wonder. The Democratic Party in Iowa has yet to release the actual attendance and results of the Caucus votes which “she’ supposedly won. 403 more words

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