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JAN 16, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Tea Party Leader Joins Prospective Ben Carson Presidential Campaign

A tea party leader from Iowa, a key state in the presidential elections, is joining conservative neurosurgeon Ben Carson's prospective 2016 campaign. Carson will launch an exploratory committee in the next few weeks and has hired political operative Ryan Rhodes to oversee campaign operations in Iowa, The Iowa Republican reports. According to The Hill, Rhodes joined Carson's efforts after talking ...

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JAN 12, 2015 - The Nation

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Caveat Lector: Your 2015 Guide to 2016 Presidential Primary Coverage

An early voting center in Columbus, Ohio. (Reuters/Eric Thayer) Click here to jump directly to Reed Richardson. There’s not been an Altercation in a while, so here are a few pieces I’ve put up of late. Bill de Blasio Is Just Getting Started The former activist and New York public advocate discusses his first year as mayor. A Great Newspaper’s ...

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JAN 09, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Iowa Republicans Appear To Keep Straw Poll

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Targeted as a costly sideshow that ought to be retired, Iowa's Republican straw poll appears set to survive for another go as summer's favorite political circus. Leaders of the Iowa Republican Party meet Saturday to decide the straw poll's fate. Despite the best efforts of high-profile Republicans — including influential Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad — ...

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JAN 09, 2015 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Political circus: Iowa Republicans appear to keep straw poll

Despite the best efforts of high-profile Republicans — including influential Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad — to put it out to pasture, the event that draws thousands of Republican activists (and almost as many reporters) to the college town of Ames will likely end up with enough support to continue. First held in 1979, the straw poll has grown from a ...

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