Release of details on 139 unaccompanied, undocumented minors in Iowa exposes them to risk, Senator says.
Misty Boes, the controller for American Professional Quilting Systems,
this morning announced her candidacy for Carroll’s 2nd Ward City Council
U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Kiron, has spent much of his political career
fighting same-sex marriage and the Affordable Care Act, President Barack
Obama’s signature legislation reforming health insurance.
Brandon Vonnahme, the manager of the new Westside State Bank branch in
Carroll and a father of four with strong family ties to the community,
Thursday afternoon announced his campaign for the at-large Carroll City
Council seat this November.
Hillary Clinton covered a wide swath of issues — many dealing
specifically with rural economic development, opportunities for Iowa
small towns — in a 23-minute interview with the Daily Times Herald
U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, Saturday said he sees an historical
analogy between the U.S.-brokered Iranian nuclear deal and British Prime
Minister Neville Chamberlain’s policy of appeasement with Nazi Germany
before World War II.
Hillary Clinton says the next president of the United States must
understand modern America, the changing nature of families, strong role
of women, and use the Oval Office to bridge what she called an
achievement gap so all young people toe the same starting line early in
Forget the cookies — and that 1992 comment about staying home and baking them as a housewife instead of working as a lawyer.
Kenny Snyder, a Glidden Republican active in conservation and economic
development, says Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker, the
Wisconsin governor and GOP front-runner in Iowa, has a natural
connectivity with rural Iowa.
State Sen. Jerry Behn, a veteran Republican from Boone who represents
Greene County, told the Jefferson Herald Monday night that he will seek
re-election in November of 2016.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, a former Florida governor
and scion of the GOP establishment’s first family, stressed a message of
inclusiveness Monday night in Ames — saying the party must embrace
demographic changes in the form of genuine outreach to Latinos, African
Americans and younger voters.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a Republican who is expected to announce a candidacy for the presidency, is scheduled to visit Carroll on Saturday, July 18, say sources close to the governor’s campaign. The details of the governor’s visit will be released soon, but he is expected in the afternoon.
A 5-cent tax on bottled water could be part of the solution to
clean-water issues in Iowa, State Sen. Mark Segebart, R-Vail, suggested
Saturday morning during a Carroll Chamber of Commerce legislative forum
held at Manning Regional Healthcare Center.
Bernie Sanders is drawing big crowds as the little guy fighting big things.
Martin O’Malley can’t spot any orioles these days in Baltimore, the city
he served as mayor for eight years. Climate change chased the birds
away, he said.
Exploring a bid for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, former
U.S. Sen. Jim Webb is making a three-day visit to Iowa, and on Monday he
toured RPM Access near Grand Junction, where the Rippey Wind Farm lies.
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