WHO TV 13, Des Moines’ NBC affiliate, published Southern Poverty Law Center’s “hate map” list that includes mainstream conservative groups as news.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds enjoys a 27 point lead over Cedar Rapids Mayor Ron Corbett among Caffeinated Thoughts’ Iowa Republican readers.
Are you planning on voting in the Iowa Republican Primary on June 5, 2018? Let us know if you intend to support Kim Reynolds, Ron Corbett, or Steven Ray.
Democrat Phil Miller defeats Republican Travis Harris 53.8% to 44. 5% in a special election in Iowa House District 82 to replace the late Curt Hanson.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds announced that Congressman Rod Blum (R-Iowa) joined her gubernatorial campaign as a campaign co-chair.
Daniel Finney of The Des Moines Register demonstrates, yet again, in his back and forth with Bob Vander Plaats that the press doesn’t get evangelicals.
AFSME Council 61 and other labor unions have endorsed one of the most unqualified candidates in the Iowa Gubernatorial race – Nate Boulton.
John Hendrickson: Priority-based budgeting along with prudent tax reform will create an opportunity for Iowa’s economy to grow and keep vital government functions funded.
Shane Vander Hart: Jim Mowrer, who lost two Congressional races badly, considers running to unseat Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate without a compelling case.
Christopher Peters will visit all 24 counties in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District to announce he is challenging Congressman Dave Loebsack (D-Iowa) again.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, chair of the Republican Governors Association, endorsed Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds in the 2018 GOP gubernatorial primary.
Retired businessman Fred Hubbell joins a crowded Democrat field running for Iowa Governor, and he may be their strongest contender to seek this office.
The FAMiLY Leader hosted its sixth Family Leadership Summit featuring Kellyanne Conway, George Barna, the Benham Brothers, Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst.
Iowans for Tax Relief: There are many reasons Iowa’s income tax system should be reformed, but generating more revenue is not one of them.
John Hendrickson: To Iowa policymakers, the Kansas story is not a failed tax-cut experiment, but rather a warning about excessive government spending.
The Reynolds-Gregg team announced that U.S. Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst will serve as state Co-Chairs of their gubernatorial campaign.