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.
ByNICHOLAS FISHER / THE NORTHERN IOWAN, UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA |
Republicans often say she plays the gender card, Hillary Clinton told a crowd of 500 at a Women for Hillary organizing event in Cedar Falls Monday. “Well, if supporting women’s health and women’s rights is ‘playing the gender card,’ then deal me in,” the Democratic presidential candidate said.
Despite disappointing polling numbers this summer, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., the libertarian-minded presidential candidate, said organizing continues in all 50 states, and he’s “all in” for a campaign long past the highly watched early voting states.
BySTEPHANIE STEINER and KILEY WELLENDORF / THE TACK, BUENA VISTA UNIVERSITY |
When Monica Reyes arrived in her new Iowa home from Mexico at the age of 3 she became one of millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States. But growing up in New Hampton, a rural Iowa town of almost 3,600 residents, she said always felt accepted in her community.
The professional political class has failed, Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina said Friday, Aug. 28, during a visit to Iowa State University while making a bid for how she could provide new leadership.