posted on October 27, 2006 06:13 PM
In eastern Iowa's second congressional district, Iowa's senior congressman Republican Jim Leach of Iowa City is challenged by Cornell College political science Professor Democrat David Loebsack of Mount Vernon. This edition of Iowa Press features a discussion with both candidates.
posted on October 21, 2006 02:03 PM
The Des Moines Register's Carolyn Washburn moderates this live debate between the candidates for governor, Chet Culver (D) and Jim Nussle (R).
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posted on October 13, 2006 05:42 PM
This edition of Iowa Press features the two candidates for Secretary of Agriculture, Democrat Denise O'Brien and Republican Bill Northey.
posted on October 12, 2006 02:16 PM
The Iowa Brown and Black Gubernatorial Debate is a bi-partisan effort of the state's African and Latino communities. The four co-chairs of the debate committee are: Democrats Wayne Ford and Mary Campos, and Republicans Mary Ann Spicer and John Ortega. During the hour-long statewide broadcast, two...
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posted on September 22, 2006 06:30 PM
The campaign in northeastern Iowa's first congressional district is drawing national attention. It's an open seat that's in the spotlight, and we discuss the race with the candidates, Democrat Bruce Braley of Waterloo and Republican Mike Whalen of Bettendorf, on this edition of Iowa Press.
posted on September 21, 2006 02:20 PM
In this forum Iowa's Democratic and Republican gubernatorial aspirants present their views on health care. The two candidates appear separately, addressing topics and questions submitted by AARP members and members of healthcare organizations. Kay Henderson (Iowa Statehouse Correspondent. Chief...
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posted on September 8, 2006 06:09 PM
The campaign in central Iowa's third congressional district has drawn national attention, where incumbent Democrat Leonard Boswell is challenged by Ankeny Republican Jeff Lamberti. This edition of Iowa Press features a discussion with both candidates.
posted on June 12, 2006 11:04 AM
Congressman Jim Nussle wants to move from the nation's capital to Iowa's capital, from U.S. Representative to governor. We discuss the campaign of 2006 with the Republican nominee for governor, Jim Nussle, on this edition of Iowa Press.
posted on May 23, 2006 01:40 PM
Borg: NATIONAL ATTENTION ON IOWA'S OPEN SEAT IN CONGRESS. WE'LL QUESTION CANDIDATES WHO WANT TO REPRESENT IOWA'S FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: REPUBLICANS BILL DIX, BRIAN KENNEDY, AND MIKE WHALEN; AND DEMOCRATS BRUCE BRALEY, RICK DICKINSON, AND BILL GLUBA ON THIS SPECIAL ONE-HOUR EDITION OF 'IOWA PRESS.'
FUNDING FOR THIS PROGRAM WAS PROVIDED BY 'FRIENDS,' THE IOWA PUBLIC TELEVISION FOUNDATION; BY THE IOWA BANKERS ASSOCIATION... FOR PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND COMMERCIAL NEEDS, IOWA BANKS HELP IOWANS REACH THEIR FINANCIAL GOALS; BY THE ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF IOWA, THE PUBLIC'S PARTNER IN BUILDING IOWA'S HIGHWAY, BRIDGE, AND MUNICIPAL UTILITY INFRASTRUCTURE; AND BY CAPITOL RESOURCES, INC., LOCATED IN BROOKLYN IOWA; AND BY NICOLE SCHLINGER AND ERIC LANGE INDIVIDUALLY, FUND-RAISING AND COMMUNICATION SERVICES FOR MAJOR CAMPAIGNS SINCE 1996.
ON STATEWIDE IOWA PUBLIC TELEVISION, THIS IS THE FRIDAY, MAY 19 EDITION OF 'IOWA PRESS.' HERE IS DEAN BORG.
Borg: INCUMBENT FIRST DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN JIM NUSSLE'S DECISION TO RUN FOR GOVERNOR HAS CREATED AN OPEN SEAT AND HAS REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS SCRAMBLING IN A NATIONALLY HIGH-PROFILE CAMPAIGN. DURING THE NEXT HALF HOUR, WE'LL QUESTION THE CANDIDATES SEEKING THE REPUBLICAN NOMINATION, AND WE'LL FOLLOW THAT WITH THE DEMOCRATS WHO HOPE TO CLAIM THAT SEAT IN CONGRESS. STATE REPRESENTATIVE BILL DIX OF SHELL ROCK IS LEAVING THE IOWA STATEHOUSE AFTER TWENTY YEARS IN OFFICE IN ORDER TO RUN FOR CONGRESS. ATTORNEY BRIAN KENNEDY OF BETTENDORF FORMERLY CHAIRED IOWA'S REPUBLICAN PARTY. AND BETTENDORF BUSINESSMAN MIKE WHALEN MADE HIS MARK IN THE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT ENTERPRISE. GENTLEMEN, WELCOME TO 'IOWA...
posted on April 24, 2006 10:44 AM
Borg: THE NATION WATCHES IOWA POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS. INSIDERS' INSIGHT FROM REPUBLICAN DOUG GROSS AND DEMOCRAT ROB TULLY ON THIS EDITION OF 'IOWA PRESS.'
FUNDING FOR THIS PROGRAM WAS PROVIDED BY 'FRIENDS,' THE IOWA PUBLIC TELEVISION FOUNDATION; BY THE IOWA BANKERS ASSOCIATION... FOR PERSONAL,...
posted on April 3, 2006 01:49 PM
Borg: IOWA'S GOVERNOR AND LEGISLATIVE LEADERS AGREE ON A TIMETABLE TO ADJOURN THE LEGISLATIVE SESSION BEFORE EASTER, BUT THERE'S NO BUDGET AGREEMENT BRIDGE ON THE ROAD TO ADJOURNMENT. INSIGHT FROM SENATE REPUBLICAN COPRESIDENT JEFF LAMBERTI AND HOUSE DEMOCRATS' MINORITY LEADER PAT MURPHY ON THIS...
posted on October 24, 2005 12:31 PM
Borg: CAMPAIGN CHATTER. IOWANS HEAR APPEALS FROM CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENT, CONGRESS, GOVERNOR, AND THE LEGISLATURE. WE'LL GET PERSPECTIVE FROM TWO POLITICAL PARTY INSIDERS, REPUBLICAN STEVE ROBERTS AND DEMOCRAT ROB TULLY, ON THIS EDITION OF "IOWA PRESS."
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posted on September 26, 2005 12:30 PM
Two candidates want the Republican nomination for governor of Iowa. One of them is Bob Vander Plaats of Sioux City. We'll question him on this edition of "Iowa Press."
posted on June 8, 2005 09:18 AM
Borg: DEFYING THE WHITE HOUSE. ALTHOUGH THE PRESIDENT THREATENS A VETO, THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PASSES LEGISLATION TO EXPAND STEM CELL RESEARCH. ASSESSMENTS ON THAT AND OTHER ISSUES FROM IOWA'S FIFTH DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN STEVE KING ON THIS EDITION OF "IOWA PRESS."
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posted on March 5, 2005 01:34 PM
Borg: COMPROMISE AND COLLABORATION, THERE'S MORE OF IT IN THE IOWA SENATE THESE DAYS AS DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS SHARE POWER. WE'LL QUESTION REPUBLICAN LEADER STEWART IVERSON ON THIS EDITION OF "IOWA PRESS."
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