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CORALVILLE — Bruce Braley and Joni Ernst have worked hard to highlight their differences in their race for an open U.S. Senate seat.
At an American Legion post in Coralville Wednesday morning, it was all about Ernst’s military service and ho Read More »
IOWA CITY — The race for an open U.S. Senate seat in Iowa has quickly spawned into an international news story, with media outlets from around the world descending on Iowa with less than a week until election day.
“It’s pretty unusual for a Read More »
DES MOINES — Joni Ernst is pulling away from Bruce Braley in the final days before the election, a new poll suggests.
Ernst leads Braley by 4 percent — more than the margin for error — in the latest poll by Quinnipiac University, released We Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Iowans should expect something more from their next U.S. senator than being from Iowa, Hillary Clinton told a Bruce Braley get-out-the-vote rally Wednesday afternoon.
It’s not enough that Republican Joni Ernst is from Iowa, no Read More »
DES MOINES — Yet another poll shows a very close race for Iowa’s open U.S. Senate seat, but this one has a twist.
It shows Bruce Braley leading.
The new Loras College Poll, released Tuesday morning, shows Braley leading Joni Ernst by a Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Rather than combat Ebola with politics, Sen. Tom Harkin called for establishing outposts of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in key locations around the world to prevent and combat epidemics and pandemics.
“It’s Read More »
DAVENPORT — “America’s back,” Vice President Joe Biden said in Davenport Monday, but “the middle class still is in trouble.”
Biden, who was in Davenport campaigning at Modern Woodmen Park for Democratic Senate hopeful Bruce Braley and Rep. Read More »
DES MOINES — With a week remaining before Iowans go to the polls, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jack Hatch on Monday resumed his television advertising with the first spot he has aired in October.
Hatch, a state senator from Des Moines Read More »
HIAWATHA — One week and one day. That’s all the time candidates have left to convince voters they’re the best fit for office.
To get extra help, those running for some of the high-profile offices in Iowa are pulling in big political names Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Republican Rod Blum has taken a slight lead in Iowa’s 1st District U.S. House race, according to a Loras College Poll released Monday.
In the race to succeed Rep. Bruce Braley, Blum led state Rep. Pat Murphy 43.6 percent to 42 Read More »
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