Release of details on 139 unaccompanied, undocumented minors in Iowa exposes them to risk, Senator says.
Congressman Bruce Braley, a Waterloo Democrat seeking a U.S. Senate
seat, Tuesday night said his opponent’s dodging of editorial board
meetings with Iowa newspapers raises serious questions about the
transparency of her campaign.
It’s the person who handles your birth certificate, death certificate and everything in between. The Carroll County Recorder deals with a multitude of records, and this year, uncommonly, two people are gunning for the spot.
Jack Hatch’s grandmother Clara sang opera 80 years ago.
Democratic congressional candidate Jim Mowrer, an Iraq War veteran, said
Congressman Steve King’s lack of military service limits his
understanding of how to handle to the Ebola outbreak and other matters.
U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Kiron, suggests gays won’t make it to heaven.
What’s more, in an interview, King intimated that the divorced or
cohabitators could be thwarted in the pursuit of eternal salvation as
the Christian faith teaches it.
The Carroll Area Development Corporation hosted the fourth annual Access Washington trip in June.
Gov. Terry Branstad Monday unveiled IowaNEXT, an initiative aimed at
creating more recreational and cultural opportunities in Iowa.
Gov. Terry Branstad Monday said Bruce Braley projects an air of
condescension to rural Iowa that will kill the Waterloo congressman’s
Senate bid in November.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, the product of blue-collar
home who’s built a reputation as a dogged critic of Wall Street
excesses, delivered a fierce populist endorsement of Bruce Braley’s bid
for the Senate Sunday afternoon in Des Moines.
Tired of the television takeover, the incessant negative noise of
politics? So are both U.S. Senate candidates, Republican Joni Ernst and
Democrat Bruce Braley.
Matt Meiners grew up on a family farm in Templeton.
But with an uncle in politics - Gene Meiners, chairman of the Carroll County Board of Supervisors - as well as a strong interest in current events and a desire to make a difference, Meiners set his sight on politics.
On a recent campaign stop in Templeton, Don Kanne, a candidate for the
Carroll County Board of Supervisors, thought a constituent was waving
him inside. He opened her storm door, and out flew her cat.
There’s a distinct difference between State Rep. Dan Muhlbauer and his
opponent Brian Best, the Democratic incumbent for the Iowa House’s 12th
District seat asserted during a candidate forum Wednesday evening. The
12th District includes Carroll and Audubon counties and eastern Crawford
Former Des Moines School Board president Jon Neiderbach is a numbers guy.
U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Kiron, said his belief system is a direct
product of the largely rural — and sweeping 32-county congressional
district — he is seeking re-election Nov. 4 to represent for another two
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