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Well, the Iowa Caucuses are finally over. And Matt-Man and Jayman are here to provide you with the best and most in depth analysis of not just the caucus results, but of Iowa itself. We'll cover the good, the bad, the ugly and the sexy when it comes to Iowa, or as we like to call it "East Nebraska." And, of course we might meander off into other areas such as the NFL playoffs as we do tend to get a little distracted from time to time. So, join us and even call in and let us know what you think of the Iowa Caucuses and Iowa itself! We're gonna have a real good time.
Willard Romney won the Iowa GOP caucus by just 8 votes.
The race had shaped up as a two-way dead heat between Romney and Rick Santorum with Iowa GOP chairman Strawn announcing Romney’s victory shortly after 1:30 a.m. The final vote total for Romney was 30,015 to Santorum’s 30,007. Total votes cast: 122,255.
The Iowa caucuses delivered a virtual tie for first place between Romney and Santorum, with Romney ahead by just eight votes.Politico
This special presentation was hosted by Jerry Pippin.
Jim Cullen, editor of The Progress Populist talks about the Iowa caucuses and the prospects for the New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries with Vicki N. Jim and Vicki both grew up in Iowa and continue to follow politics there; Jim from Texas and Vicki in Greece. Both are on the Progrssive Populist end of the Democratic Party spectrum. Jim has his finger on the pulse of local, state and national politics as well as being able to explain the history of politics in the USA and in the progressive populist movements.
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Linda Clark was unquestionably born to sing! Without the ability to enlighten the hearts and minds of others through song, life for her would take on new meaning. This remarkable mezzo soprano, whose phenomenal voice range enables her to also sing soprano, alto and tenor, was born in Detroit, Michigan, raised in Alabama, and currently resides in Virginia. Linda Clark was unquestionably born to sing! Without the ability to enlighten the hearts and minds of others through song, life for her would take on new meaning. This remarkable mezzo soprano, whose phenomenal voice range enables her to also sing soprano, alto and tenor, was born in Detroit, Michigan, raised in Alabama, and currently resides in Virginia. Artists worked and performed with and opened and sang backup include: Al Jarreau, Morris Pleasure, Maurette Brown-Clark, Cherie Marie, Patrick Davis, Israel Houghton, Vicki Winans, CoPastor Elena Robertson, James Bignon, and Pam Frierson. In addition to pursuing the call to sing and act, Linda also composes, arranges, plays piano and provides vocal coaching. In addition to solo singing engagements at weddings, receptions and special events, Linda also makes regular appearances with Richmond local jazz band, NPursuit featuring Gus Gordon. It's obvious to all who hear and see her that music is truly where her passion lies. Currently Linda serves as Overseer and Worship Leader under the pastoral care of Bishop Daniel Robertson Jr. and CoPastor Elena Robertson, Mt. Gilead Full Gospel International Ministries, Richmond, VA. Additionally, Linda earned her Bachelor of Science, Human Services, Upper Iowa University and MBA, HR Management, Troy University.
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This morning on Wake Up Knoxville our guest will be Ben Truetken, Deputy Fire Chief for the City of Knoxville. We will get to know Ben including where he was born, went to school, how he became a firefighter and how he ended up in Knoxville, Iowa.
We will also have Bill McCroskey on as co-host and will discuss local, state, national and international affairs. If you have any questions or comments for Ben, Bill or Mike, please email us at email@example.com
Tune in this morning, at 7, for Wake Up Knoxville!!!
Tonight on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, we will be joined by #PopularSpeed.com's, Matt Weaver. Matt will come on the program to talk about his trip to Iowa to cover the Camping World Truck Series and Verizon #IndyCar Series last weekend! We will get his take on both races, previews of #Toronto and #Eldora and more! Top headlines, #NBAFreeAgency update and more as we are LIVE!
Please join Ruthie this Thursday July 17th, 2014 8-10 pm CST
with GUEST: LEE BRECHT - Lee will join the program at the top of the 9 O'clock hour.
Lee is with Overpasses For America - Iowa
As you know this weekend is the largest Anti-Amnesty Nationwide Protest in history
Lee and I will discuss the event and share information with you. We will also discuss his upcoming political bid.
I will be attending and speaking at the event in Iowa - information also below
HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD - See the list of events by State by going to Make Them Listen,
Overpasses For America or go to www. mnsirproject. com and participate!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lee Brecht is a Georgian by birth raised in Georgia and North Carolina. I came to Iowa in May of '09 from being 6-8 months homeless and jobless in Charlotte, NC and married a Iowa native. I am seeking to take Iowa House of Representatives in 2016 or this year by write in for district 66.
Wake Up Knoxville will be broadcasting live at the Marion County Fair in Knoxville, Iowa Thursday morning, July 17, from 7-9.
Mike Roberts and Bill McCroskey will be covering the morning activities at the fair as well as updating you on local news, weather and sports, plus discussing what is going on locally as well as around the country.
This is the third time we are taking the show on the road, so wish us luck an tune in tomorrow morning for Wake Up Knoxville!!!
Tonight on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, we will be joined by Christopher DeHarde as he comes on the program to discuss some IndyCar racing! We will get his thoughts on the season so far, the past race at Iowa and the upcoming doubleheader in Toronto! We will also talk #NBA Free Agency as well as Top headlines! We are LIVE folks!
As an increasing number of communities begin seriously exploring options for a community broadband network, it seems municipal bonds are once again being considered as a serious funding option. This year's survey of economic development pros reveals that just over half feel their communities could successfully launch a bond measure, or that their chances for success are 50/50.
Three factors lead to the success of issuing muni bonds to fund community broadband networks:
the political will
successful navigation of the legal processes
assembling the right financial resources
David Shaw, Chief of the Government & Utilities industry section of Kirton-McConkie law firm and Laura Lewis, Principal at municipal financial advisory firm Lewis, Young, Robertson & Burningham, Inc., walks listeners through these three criteria in layperson's language to help stakeholders navigate these tricky waters. Both have experience working with bond efforts for cities across the U.S.
Helping Iowa and Colorado communities better assess all of their funding options for network projects, including a bond strategy, is a main component of the special 5-week broadband strategy Webinar series led by Gigabit Nation host Craig Settles.
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