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  • Environmental group to push turnout for midterm elections

    The League of Conservation Voters plans to spend a "majority" of the $25 million it has raised for the November elections on its Senate ground game, largely by targeting 1.5 million "drop-off voters" who typically don't participate in midterm elections and tend to be younger, Hispanic and female.

  • Clinton seeks to avoid Iowa '08 missteps

    Some Clinton allies argue the result in the 2008 caucuses was not as dismal as a third-place finish suggests, and that Clinton could have won in a normal, non-Obama year -- but Clinton isn't taking any chances.

  • Biden veers onto political turf in Iowa

    Vice President Joe Biden struck a notably political tone during a speech Wednesday in Iowa, just three days after Hillary Clinton hinted at a presidential bid with a trip to the state.

  • Islamic State's rise could hurt Paul in key early 2016 states

    Republican strategists in three key early states say the rise of the Islamic State will propel more hawkish presidential candidates in 2016.

  • Swing-state polls show Republicans in good shape

    A pair of Quinnipiac University polls - one in Iowa and one in Colorado - show Republicans poised to make gains in two crucial swing states.

  • Harkin: Gridlock gives WH power

    The outgoing Democratic senator is critical of how lawmakers fail to compromise with one another, he said in an interview with PBS after his 37th and final "Harkin Steak Fry."

  • Klobuchar will headline key Iowa event

    Hillary Clinton will return to Iowa with former President Clinton on Sunday for the first time since the 2008 presidential campaign to attend a steak fry and look for political redemption.

  • Huckabee prepping for 2016 run

    Huckabee and his team have been meeting with potential campaign contributors, conservative activists, elected officials and other GOP power players -- both nationally and in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina -- and openly asking them for their support.

  • Mainstream Scream: NBC's Andrea Mitchell to Hillary Clinton, 'Great to be back'

    This week's Mainstream Media Scream features NBC's Andrea Mitchell gleefully asking Hillary Clinton how great it is to be back on the campaign trail.

  • Hillary Clinton returns to Iowa, hinting at a presidential bid

    Hillary Clinton returned to Iowa on Sunday for the first time in nearly seven years with a message focused on the 2014 elections, but with the 2016 presidential election in mind.

  • Priebus: Clinton is exciting the base in Iowa -- the Republican base

    Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus said Clinton's prominence would galvanize the GOP.

  • Harkin: Hillary's more liberal than people think

    Many liberals and progressives have doubts about just how much Hillary Clinton as president would support their issues, but Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin, a retiring liberal lion, believes that the former Obama aide is a lot more left in her thinking than people believe.

  • Harkin: Democratic Party now 'much more progressive'

    The Democratic Party is "much more progressive, liberal" than at any time in the last 40 years, said retiring Sen. Tom Harkin.

  • Iowa candidates farm for votes

    One of the most important Senate contests in this midterm election cycle -- and one of the tightest, according to recent public polling -- could hinge on winning over the Hawkeye State's agriculture industry.

  • Clinton heads to Iowa for steak --- and redemption

    Hillary Clinton will return to Iowa with former President Clinton on Sunday for the first time since the 2008 presidential campaign to attend a steak fry and look for political redemption.



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