With the Republican primary race all but over, GOP leaders are slowly beginning to unite behind the party’s presumptive nominee, Donald Trump. This includes three of his former rivals for the nomination. Just days following Trump’s significant victory in the Indiana primary,
Now that Iowa caucus-goers have spoken, lost in the discussion of Donald Trump’s underperformance, Ted Cruz’s ground game and Marco Rubio’s surge is an acknowledgement of one issue that separated the top Iowa finishers from (as Trump would say) the “losers.” That
Sorry Shane, but it appears Bobby Jindal won’t be able to complete his comeback in Iowa. Multiple media sources are reporting that Jindal has made the decision to suspend his campaign. In a post made to his Facebook page this afternoon, Jindal
Alex Hanson of The Iowa State Daily said not to count Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal out as the 2016 Iowa Caucuses are three months away. He writes: Don’t count out Bobby Jindal. The Louisiana governor said recent polls showing him neck-and-neck with
(Des Moines, IA) Last week during an event for evangelicals and social conservatives hosted by American Renewal Project, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal encouraged his fellow Republican governors to defund Planned Parenthood. After the launch of a series of devastating videos linking Planned
Maggie, it might be a tad premature to be announcing Ben Carson as the GOP’s new front runner. A new PPP Iowa poll released yesterday—the first post-CNBC debate Iowa poll—shows Donald Trump and Carson in a statistical dead heat, with 22 percent
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, and former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum will speak at the 2nd Annual Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing being held in Des Moines, Iowa, on Saturday, October 31, 2015. The Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing is the annual fall public
Third quarter fundraising reports are in, and we have the numbers for you. As we said last week when these fundraising numbers first started trickling in, these numbers do matter — fundraising allows candidates to buy air time, hire staff, and get people to the polls.