Ted Cruz picked up 34 delegates after Colorado’s Republican District and State Conventions, and won 11 delegates from Iowa GOP District Conventions.
Shane Vander Hart points out six lessons learned from the 2016 Iowa Caucuses looking at the entrance polling that was done on Caucus night.
A video taken by Jacob Hall showed voters during the Iowa Caucuses on Monday night come in at 6:20p, vote and then leave which violates established rules.
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) discussed the Iowa Caucus race and Iowa Straw Poll with media during her inaugural Roast and Ride at the Central Iowa Expo.
David Shedlock: If former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee is to win the GOP nomination in 2016 there is a nine point pathway to victory he should follow.
Shane Vander Hart discusses the Iowa Caucus certified vote, a great op/ed by Charles Murphy on the U.S. Department of Education, a Wisconsin school district that discriminates against free speech, bad behavior by a former Obama staffer and today’s South Carolina Primary.
Des Moines, IA – The Republican Party of Iowa today released the final, certified vote totals of the January 3 Iowa Caucus presidential preference vote. The final, certified vote totals represent 1,766 of the state’s 1,774 caucus precincts, and reflect a record-breaking 121,503 Iowans who participated. 2012 Iowa Republican Caucus Certified vote totals (1766/1774 precincts […]
Following the closest vote total in the history of the Iowa Caucuses, Republican Party of Iowa Chairman Matt Strawn today provided an update on the vote certification process, timeline for the public release of results, and the availability of certification documents for public inspection. As noted during the announcement of the Caucus Night vote totals, […]
The Republican Party of Iowa offers a guide to their caucuses. Iowans have used the caucus process since Iowa became a state in the 1840s. All 1,774 precincts in Iowa hold a Republican caucus. Caucus sites are usually in public buildings such as schools or libraries, but churches, private residences and other spaces are used […]
Now that former Speaker Newt Gingrich is the clear frontrunner, leading the polls in three of the first four early states he will have a target on his back, especially when support is as soft as it is in Iowa. Questions are going to be asked. His past record is going to be brought up […]
The time for speculation is about to intensify: for about 27 hours! Then it will be all over but the shoutin’. Governor Mike Huckabee has made up his mind. He will announce tomorrow night whether he is running for president of the United States. His family knows. Nobody else does. Millions may be disappointed. If […]
Face it. The general public doesn’t give two hoots right now about who the GOP puts up for president in 2012. Many people, even in Iowa, loathe what is about to happen to them. They don’t want to hear another commercial for Mitt Romney already. For some, when Mike Huckabee crowds their Pizza Ranch with […]
Shane wrote “I think we can all agree that the 2008 presidential campaign was too long.” No we can’t. I wish it would have started last week instead of next week. However, I agree public servants (Sitting Governors, Congressmen, and Senators) shouldn’t spend 14 months in Iowa campaigning to be president. That may put them at […]