Big Crowds for Big Night at Iowa Caucuses

The anticipated large crowds for Iowa’s first-in-the-nation presidential precinct caucuses were packing Democratic and Republican meeting places tonight, delaying some caucuses. The voting finally started though.

Meet the New York state artist following Donald Trump with a big painting on his truck

Iowans near Donald Trump’s campaign rallies might have seen a painting of Trump emblazoned on the side of a large truck outside the event. There it was on the University of Northern Iowa campus, parked next to the West Gym where a Trump rally was held on Tuesday, Jan. 12. Seated in the driver’s seat was artist and evangelist Julian Raven, the man behind the enormous piece of artwork.

Audio Report: Nate Ruess Brings Call For Clean Energy To College Campuses

Nate Ruess, the Iowa-born singer with the band Fun who also has a budding solo career is touring colleges to promote the use of clean energy. KBVU radio at Buena Vista University delivered this report when Ruess stopped at Morningside College in Sioux City on Oct. 5 with the environmental nonprofit organization Reverb, which combines music with its message.

Santorum Taking On Climate Change, Imported Jobs As He Aims For All 99 Iowa Counties

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum may not believe in climate change, but he plans on speaking out its causes in Iowa nonetheless. He will be doing it a lot if he keeps his promise of visiting all 99 Iowa counties during the campaign leading to the state’s February 2016 presidential precinct caucuses.