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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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Joining us is the Republican candidate for governor, Doug Gross. He's on the ballot for the first time, but he's not a political rookie. Mr. Gross knows his way around the halls of the Iowa statehouse as well as anyone, and he should. Mr. Gross earned his political stripes by serving as an...
posted on October 29, 2002 12:00 AM
Tom Vilsack put his name in the Iowa history books in 1998 when he came from behind to post an electoral victory over Republican Jim Ross Lightfoot to become Iowa's 39th governor. With that victory, Vilsack became Iowa's first Democratic governor in three decades. Governor Vilsack, a trial...
posted on October 23, 2002 12:00 AM
Attorney General Tom Miller of Des Moines is the Democratic incumbent, and he is seeking his seventh term in office. Representing the Libertarian party on the ballot is Edward Noyse of Fairfield. And the Republican candidate is State Representative Dave Millage of Bettendorf.