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Iowa Democrats promote off-year caucus

CEDAR RAPIDS — While the off-year Iowa caucus may not garner national attention or the overwhelming presence of those conducted in presidential years, Iowa Democratic Party Chairman Scott Brennan believes a handful of contested primaries with strong candidates may lead to a larger than average off-year caucus crowd. Speaking to members of the press and […]

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Herman Cain turns focus to Iowa ground game

Two initiatives were launched Thursday morning by a somewhat beleaguered but still popular Cain campaign that are intended to either speak directly to Iowa caucusgoers or provide a foundation for a better ground game in the Hawkeye State. As the May video embedded below shows, Atlanta businessman Herman Cain was a fixture in Iowa early […]

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Herman Cain’s woes worsen, have Iowa peg

The national media remains abuzz with discussions of sexual harassment allegations made previously against presidential candidate Herman Cain and it now seems Cain may have acted in a manner that resulted in women at a Des Moines radio station feeling uncomfortable. Politico broke the story of the transgressions that allegedly took place while Cain served […]

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DNC head claims GOP sees economic failure as election strategy

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, held little back in an opinion piece published Tuesday. Using the ongoing Democratic cry of “we can’t wait,” the Floridian accused the Republican 2012 candidates as “pandering” to an “extreme elements” and forcing a worsening economic condition on the American people to further their own political […]

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Young Democrats launch education campaign against Paul, GOP field

The College and Young Democrats of Iowa are striking back specifically against U.S. Rep. Ron Paul’s assertion that student financial aid is “a failed program,” and more generally against the whole of the Republican 2012 field’s proposed policies that will directly impact young people. College & Young Democrats of Iowa President Austin Frerick holds a […]

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