Republican and conservative elected officials and leaders react to Iowa’s change of leadership from Terry Branstad to Kim Reynolds.
Iowa State Representative Greg Forristall (R-Macedonia), representing Iowa House District 22, died Wednesday afternoon after a battle with cancer.
The 2018 Iowa Gubernatorial Race will likely include a contested GOP primary between soon-to-be Governor Kim Reynolds and Cedar Rapids Mayor Ron Corbett.
Several prominent Iowa Republicans praised President-elect Donald Trump’s choice of Iowa Governor Terry Branstad as U.S. Ambassador to China.
Iowa GOP Chair Jeff Kaufmann and Bob Vander Plaats, president and CEO of The FAMiLY Leader, are having a public argument in the media over Donald Trump.
The Republican Party of Iowa held District Conventions on Saturday, electing members to its governing board of directors, known as the State Central Committee.
Republican leaders and presidential candidates react to President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address given on January 12, 2016.
Iowa State Representative Jack Drake (R-Griswold) has died. He was 81. Drake served House District 21 and was currently serving his 12th term in the House.
Iowa GOP State Central Committee passed a resolution calling for the defunding of Planned Parenthood by a nearly unanimous vote.
Iowa GOP Chair Jeff Kaufmann’s comments were just as “juvenile and stupid” as the Marion County GOP Confederate flag incident he was referring to.
Here is a round-up of reactions from different candidates, groups and activists about the Supreme Court’s decision in favor of same sex marriage.
The Supreme Court ruling in favor of the Obama Adminstration in King v. Burwell preserving Obamacare elicited strong reaction from candidates and activists.
The Iowa Supreme Court ruled to strike down a ban on “webcam” abortions, where women are given abortion-inducing drugs without an exam by a physician.
There are several factors that played a part in the cancellation of the iconic Iowa Straw Poll that has been a part of the Iowa Caucus since 1979.
The Republican Party of Iowa’s State Central Committee voted today to cancel the 2015 Iowa Straw Poll, previously planned for August 8.
Iowa GOP Chair Jeff Kaufmann announced changes for the 2015 Iowa Straw Poll that eliminates its “pay to play” nature making it affordable for candidates.