Iowa caucus

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Campaign Grinding Down Cruz, Trump Favorables

A new survey from Gallup shows the Republican campaign for President is grinding down favorable ratings for Sen. Ted Cruz and Donald Trump. Cruz’s image among Republican voters has fallen the most of the three major remaining candidates. Trump’s image, after hitting a high point last Summer, is back near its campaign lows.

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Ben Carson: Ted Cruz’s ‘Washington Ethics’ Are ‘Not My Ethics’

GOP presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson invoked President Ronald Reagan’s – someone fellow candidate Sen. Ted Cruz has channeled while campaigning – 11th commandment, attempting to avoid attacking Ted Cruz during the GOP primary debate Saturday night in Manchester, New Hampshire.

Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks to supporters during her caucus night event in the Olmsted Center at Drake University on February 1, 2016 in Des Moines, Iowa. Clinton defeated Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to win the Iowa Democratic caucus.

Democrats’ Caucus-Chaos: Party Switched Iowa Delegate from Sanders to Clinton

Iowa’s Des Moines Register is calling for a full audit of the Clinton vs. Sanders caucus count, and now the UK Guardian explains how the state’s Democrat Party bypassed the computer system to give at least one Bernie Sanders delegate to Hillary Clinton, without even notifying the precinct chair.

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Ben Carson Calls For Ted Cruz To Take Accountability

GOP presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson is responding to the recent article by Breitbart News revealing that Sen. Ted Cruz’s campaign also made phone calls to precinct captains – in addition to sending out emails – during the Iowa caucus to urge Carson supporters to caucus for Cruz because a breaking news story suggested Carson was “suspending campaigning.”


Gallup: New Hampshire Now Least Religious State in U.S.

New Hampshire is now the least religious state in the United States, edging out Vermont, according to a new Gallup survey, while Mississippi retains its spot as the nation’s most religious state.

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La Opinión: Marco Rubio Is a ‘Republican Obama’

Wednesday’s cover of La Opinión, the nation’s largest daily Spanish-language newspaper, prominently portrays donor-class favorite Sen. Marco Rubio with the infamous “hope and change” imagery that defined Barack Obama’s presidential campaign.

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Exit Polls: Late Movement Hurt Donald Trump, Boosted Marco Rubio

With Ted Cruz’s come-from-behind victory in Iowa and Marco Rubio’s surge, we now move forward to New Hampshire knowing less than we did coming into Iowa. Will Donald Trump collapse? Does Rubio have any plans to win any state before mid-March? Can Cruz consolidate enough support to stop either one of the other two candidates? Iowa gave us few indicators.


Gergen: Revenge of the Outsiders–Iowa Opens Door for ‘Extreme Politics’

(CNN) Columnist Edward Luce argued Monday in the Financial Times that Donald Trump has created a new brand in politics: an upraised middle finger. Later that day in Iowa, voters rejected Trump the candidate but stole his brand: They flipped a bird at the American political elite.


Scarborough: Rubio Is the ‘Republican Obama’

Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” host Joe Scarborough reacted to Rubio post-Iowa Caucus speech from a night earlier, where he finished third overall. After airing a clip comparing Rubio’s speech to then-Sen. Barack Obama’s victory speech after the 2008 Iowa

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Donald Trump: Finishes Second In Iowa, ‘I’m Just Honored’

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — GOP frontrunner Donald Trump – who placed second in the Iowa caucus to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) – told his supporters at his Iowa caucus party in West Des Moines, Iowa on Monday night, “We will go on to win the Republican nomination.”

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Martin O’Malley Drops Out of Presidential Race

It is now officially a two-person race on the Democratic side, as Martin O’Malley, the former governor of Maryland, is suspending his campaign to become the Democratic Party’s nominee for President of the United States.

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Ben Carson Will Jet to Florida, Get Fresh Clothes, Continue Race

Whatever the Iowa result, Dr. Ben Carson says he’s in it for the long run and revealed he will fly to Florida tonight for a couple days’ rest before traveling to the next primary states, including New Hampshire and South Carolina.

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Bloomberg: Iowa’s Decision is ‘Trump Strength or Cruz’s Purity’

As Iowans finally prepare to caucus Monday evening, the state’s Republican voters and the dozen candidates jockeying for their support agree on one big thing: Barack Obama’s presidency has been disastrous for America and the next president’s mission must be, in front-runner Donald Trump’s trademarked phrase, to “make America great again.” But the two leading candidates, Trump and Ted Cruz, are offering these disaffected voters two very different solutions for how they would achieve this.

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Donald Trump To Iowans: ‘Win, Lose Or Draw, I Love You Folks’

GOP frontrunner Donald Trump took a couple swings at competitor Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) during his rally in Waterloo, Iowa on this morning just hours ahead of the caucus. He also told his supporters, “Win, lose or draw, I love you folks.”


Quinnipiac Iowa Poll: Bernie Bests Hillary 49% to 46%

A Quinnipiac poll released on the day of the Iowa Caucus shows Bernie Sanders with a +3 point lead over Hillary Clinton, 49% to 46%.  Last week, in this same poll, Sanders held a +4 point lead, 45% to 49%.