The Candidates’ Next Stop Is New Hampshire


By Christina Winske
Win or lose every candidate is going to New Hampshire. Six presidential hopefuls have been traveling Iowa speaking at local businesses, churches, and even parking lots along the way. No matter what happens on caucus night Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, Ron Paul, Rick Santorum, and Michele Bachmann have all confirmed they’ll be in the Granite State next week for the primary.

Santorum Campaigns To Win


By Patrick Welter
Rick Santorum expects to win Iowa and go straight to New Hampshire. The presidential hopeful talked about his campaign plans at an Ames sports bar.

Occupiers Arrested Peacefully

Occupy Arrest 12-28-11.jpg
By Cat Ross
This afternoon ten voters traded in their campaign badges for handcuffs. Seven occupiers were arrested in front of Mitt Romney’s Des Moines headquarters. Three others were cuffed at a nearby Wells Fargo Bank building. They all were demanding that Romney release his income tax information and return any corporate campaign donations. Wells Fargo had reportedly given Romney’s campaign almost $62K.

Perry Will Never Waver


By Liz Montaquila Rick Perry has been talking tough on issues of immigration and abortion.

Ron Paul’s Trillion Dollar Promise

By Micaeli Rourke
Congressman Ron Paul was talking business today. He held a town hall meeting at Guide One Insurance in West Des Moines. Guide One insures churches, but claims it is not a faith-based company.

This Caucus Doesn’t Have A Victor

120jib.jpgBy Cat Ross
This is one Iowa Caucus which will never have a winner. That’s because it belongs to the Occupy Movement. Its goal is to challenge this American tradition of choosing presidential nominees.

The First People’s Caucus

The nation’s first people’s caucus has kicked off a week of protests here in Des Moines, Iowa.