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  • Sanders team in Carroll: Keep Social Security strong
    Bill Simmons of Carroll said he spies some New Deal thinking in Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ platform for senior citizens. 
  • Best running for 2nd term to Iowa House
    State Rep. Brian Best, R-Glidden, today announced he will run for re-election to the Iowa House in District 12 which includes Audubon and Carroll counties and an eastern portion of Crawford County. 
  • Rubio talks ag trade, abortion and political correctness
    Republican White House aspirant Marco Rubio spots big openings for Iowa grain and livestock farmers in an emerging Pacific nations trade deal. 
  • On the heels of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ caregiver roundtable discussion in Des Moines, supporters and organizers throughout the state will meet with Iowans over coffee to discuss issues facing aging seniors. The conversations will cover a wide range of topics, including Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, prescription drug prices, and caregiving. 
  • Rubio: Humiliate ISIS on YouTube
    Marco Rubio isn’t a patient politician. 
  • Jindal talks energy, Trump in Glidden
    Consumers, not the federal government, should decide what fuels to burn in their vehicles and power plants, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal told a crowd of potential voters Tuesday in Glidden. 
  • Western Iowa Republicans say Perry, Fiorina strong in mix
    Kathleen Parris of Audubon, the former chairwoman of that county’s Republican Party, surveyed a crowd of more than 400 party activists Monday at the Cottonwood Barn in Kimballton and assessed who might emerge from a bustling presidential field in Iowa. 
  • Clinton Big Bops GOP rivals in Holly’s house
    Call it the night the Iowa Democratic Clinton doubts died. 
  • A state employee from Sheldon whose job is to advocate for elderly residents of nursing homes and assisted-living and residential-care facilities has announced her campaign for the sweeping 4th District congressional seat now held by U.S. Rep. Steve King, Kiron. 
  • Key County Dems split on debate
    Dr. Steven Kraus says Hillary Clinton, in the wake of terrorist attacks on Paris, proved her foreign-policy mettle. 
  • Low energy? How about a chest bump?
    He playfully chest-bumped a Waukee city councilman, happily posed for selfies and answered questions from all-comers with no staff screening until a town hall 150 people nearly emptied. 
  • Jindal: America’s a melting pot, not salad bowl
    The youngest major-party candidate seeking the presidency passed something of campaign endurance test Saturday in speaking for 90 minutes —much of it a question-and-answer session — with about three dozen people in the Guthrie Center public library. 
  • Top state Dems spotlight Clinton education plan
    Two of Iowa’s top elected Democrats Sunday strongly supported their party’s White House front-runner, citing Hillary Clinton’s strategy on college affordability as a key selling point. 
  • Santorum: China’s call on kids biggest day in history for women
    Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, a fierce voice in the anti-abortion movement for three decades in public life, called China’s break from its one-child policy a major victory for not just the “pro-life” movement, but women internationally. 
  • Huckabee: I’m experienced Clinton fighter
    Casting himself as a veteran of political wars with the Clintons, Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said Friday in Carroll he’s the best-prepared of the GOP White House field for the Democratic power couple in the general election. 
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