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  • Nearly 80 percent of voters in the City of Carroll who rejected a referendum last Tuesday to pay for the majority of a lazy river at the Family Aquatic Center were 50 years of age or older, continuing a trend in recent municipal elections dominated by grayer residents. 
  • Kuemper alum falls short in House bid
    Kuemper Catholic High School alum Paul Thelen, a Vail-area Democrat, Tuesday lost a bid for the Iowa House District 18 seat. 
  • Danzer, Schettler, Dopheide triumph in county races
    Experience trumped a fresh face in one of this year’s contested Carroll County races. 
  • King cruises to re-election with 62% support
    U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, captured 37 of the 39 counties the 4th congressional district to easily win re-election Tuesday. 
  • Carroll area buoys Ernst for historic night
    In saying hello to Iowa Tuesday night, U.S. Sen.-elect Joni Ernst’s mere presence on the winner’s stage signaled a good-bye to Mississippi. 
  • Best defeats two-term incumbent Muhlbauer
    Glidden Republican Brian Best Tuesday night won a seat in the Iowa House, ousting two-term incumbent State Rep. Dan Muhlbauer, a Manilla Democrat. 
  • 'I do have a shot'
    Jared Waddle is on a mission. One month after his nomination as a Republican candidate to represent the 4th District on Carroll County's Board of Supervisors, he sets out with a car full of campaign signs, driving through Coon Rapids and Dedham to knock on doors and put his name in front yards. But his journey is full of little detours. 
  • Independent: Mad about bad ads? Vote for me
    Tired of the cascade of negative ads, the Ground Hog Day-ing of your television where each day of political commercials seems like the last one? 
  • Outspent, outpolled, Hatch running to wire
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jack Hatch says the race to be the state’s chief executive officer deserves attention to the end. 
  • Conservatives: GOP Senate can block Obama Supreme Court appointees

    The eyes of the country look to Iowa in big elections, says Connie Mackey, chairman of the conservative Faith Family and Freedom Fund.

     
  • State Republicans boost Best with $444,837
    The Iowa Republican Party, in unparalleled spending for a Carroll-area race, poured $444,837 into the Iowa House District 12 campaign of Glidden Republican Brian Best in recent months. 
  • Carroll men jockey in wide-open race

    It’s not often that the Carroll County Board of Supervisors has a seat that’s completely up for grabs. But with Supervisor Dan Nieland stepping down after eight years on the board, two entirely new candidates have arrived on the scene, vying for his spot.

     
  • Rural Iowa ‘is who I am’
    Congressman Bruce Braley, less than a week from Election Day in a bid to advance to the U.S. Senate, is stressing his rural roots as the grandson of a sharecropper and son of an Iowa grain-elevator manager. 
  • Branstad, Reynolds spotlight 
west-central Iowa with repeat visits
    Gov. Terry Branstad, widely favored in polls in a race against Democrat Jack Hatch, continued pounding the shoe leather in west-central Iowa this summer with a campaign rally Wednesday afternoon in the Guthrie Center public library. 
  • Erickson challenges Baltimore in House race
    Two Boone politicians are vying to represent Greene County in the House District 47 race. 
 
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