O’Malley Backs Boulton; Will Other 2020 Hopefuls Endorse?

Frequent Iowa traveler Martin O’Malley lent Nate Boulton a hand this week in his gubernatorial bid, endorsing the senator on…

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They’re Back: Chances To See Potential 2020ers This Week

What does the future leaders of the Democratic Party and issue advocacy look like? Iowans will get several chances in…

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The Forces Behind Each Major Democratic Primary Candidate

Back in the old days of Iowa Democratic politics (when the party won a lot more often), political power was…

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Paul Ryan Challenger Cathy Myers Has Deep Iowa Politics Ties

Janesville school board member Cathy Myers hopes to knock off Speaker Paul Ryan in Wisconsin’s 1st District next year, but…

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Campaign Updates: Olson In, Hubbell Endorsers, Boulton Education Push

It’s been a busy couple of days for Iowa campaigns. Here’s a quick look at many of the new developments.…

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Jim Mowrer Looks To Hold Paul Pate Accountable For Uncounted Votes

Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate never really paid a political price for the 5,842 uncounted votes in Dallas County…

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Rising Stars Kander And Swalwell Urge Boldness, Support Medicare-For-All

The theme of the night for the Democratic Wing Ding Dinner in Clear Lake, Iowa on Friday night was “Rising…

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Deidre DeJear Looks To Boost Turnout In Secretary Of State Run

As Des Moines businesswoman Deidre DeJear plans her run for Iowa Secretary of State in 2018, she’s highlighting the fact…

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Democrats Show Energized Front At IDP Hall Of Fame Dinner

A large, enthusiastic crowd of Democratic activists and donors turned out last night for the Iowa Democratic Party’s Hall of…

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Coach And Businessman Eddie Mauro Joins Democrats’ 3rd District Race

The Democratic field of candidates for the 3rd District grows ever larger today, with Eddie Mauro officially launching an exploratory…

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