• Gingrich Places Fourth But Carries On By Ariana Sandillo Newt Gingrich is down but not out. The former House Speaker finished in fourth place with only 13% of the vote.
  • Ron Paul Takes Third By Cat Ross Ron Paul is still in the running. A third place finish in the Caucuses has given the Texas Congressman his ticket out of Iowa. Tonight Doctor Paul thanked the enthusiastic crowd at his Ankeny Caucus headquarters for their support during his grassroots campaign.
  • Santorum Got a Better Deal Than Romney on Campaign Spending By Christina Winske Big results don’t always require big money. Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum narrowly missed a victory at the Iowa caucus by a mere eight votes.
  • Michele Bachmann Drops Out By Dominique Banas and Wynn Harrison Michele Bachmann has quit her race to the White House. The Minnesota Congresswoman received only five percent of the vote coming in last.
  • Every Vote Counts Especially in a Dead Heat By Emari Traffie If you think your vote doesn’t count, you’re wrong. Mitt Romney won the Iowa caucus by eight votes. After a long night, Iowa GOP Chairman Matt Strawn, announced the results of the 2012 Iowa Caucus. Romney finished with 30,015 votes and Rick Santorum took 30,007.
  • Santorum’s Confidence Rises With Polls By Emari Traffie All eyes are on Rick Santorum. He’s finally getting his turn in the spotlight. This morning the former Pennsylvania Senator was in a small café in Polk City, Iowa. He made his case for being election president to more media than actual registered voters.
  • DNC Chair Rejects Occupy’s Offer to Meet By Micaeli Rourke The Occupy movement has reached another roadblock. Although the group representing the 99 percent have made advancements in recent weeks, it has failed to get the attention of the Democratic National Committee.
  • Bachmann’s Advice To Iowan Voters By Liz Montaquila Michele Bachmann wants voters to vote with their hearts. That’s what she told members of the media when asked about recent reports that voters who initially supported Bachmann have chosen to vote for opponent Rick Santorum.
  • Presidential Candidates Try To Energize Voters By Liz Montaquila Alternative energy is weighing on voters’ minds here in Iowa. Twenty percent of Iowa’s electricity comes from wind power. So voters are especially interested in the GOP candidates’ environmental policies.
  • Romney Concerned With The President, Not Competitors By Garrett Turner New Year’s Day couldn’t keep the crowd away from Mitt Romney. The former Massachusetts governor spoke at a packed local family restaurant in Atlantic, Iowa.
  • A NEW-T Gingrich Year By Dominique Banas Newt Gingrich kicked off the New Year with Iowan voters.Today Gingrich held a meet and greet in the West Towne Pub in Ames,Iowa.The pub was filled with supporters from all over the Hawkeye State to hear from the former Speaker of the House.
  • Gingrich Claims Liars Won’t Prosper By Cat Ross Newt Gingrich is trying to get back in the game. Today almost one-hundred people listened to him speak in Atlantic, Iowa. The former House Speaker blamed negative ads about his past for his drop in the polls to fourth place. He called the commercials false and accused his rival candidates of spreading lies.
  • Bachmann’s Emotional Christian Testimony By Cat Ross Michele Bachmann is letting God take the wheel. This morning she spoke about His role in her life. Bachmann gave the Sunday sermon at the Jubilee Family Church, an evangelical church in Oskaloosa, Iowa to almost two-hundred church-goers. Both supporters and undecided voters listened to the Congresswoman.
  • Santorum is a Small Town Man By Kate Spalla Revisiting towns seems to be paying off for Rick Santorum. This afternoon he returned to Pella, Iowa to visit the town library. Voters gave him a welcome home. “I’m very impressed that he decided to do this the old-fashioned way, and to go around and shake hands and really listen to people,” ...
  • Perry Wants Congress In The Fields, Immigrants In Classrooms By: Satenik Karapetyan Rick Perry is looking to make Washington DC “inconsequential.” He’s the candidate that wants to go to the White House and make sure that the government stays out of your house.
  • Santorum Tries to Personalize Politics By Kate Spalla Rick Santorum is racing to the finish line. He met with voters at the National Sprint Car Museum in Iowa for a quick, last-minute meet and greet before Tuesday’s Caucuses. Santorum has been to all 99 counties in Iowa, and this was not his first time in Marion County. The revisit was ...
  • Occupiers BUS-ted By Garrett Turner More Occupiers have been arrested. Early this afternoon the movement congregated at the Iowa State Capitol and marched to Stewart Square. Soon after arriving at the square, the protestors packed into three buses and headed towards the presidential candidates’ headquarters.
  • How To Caucus By Satenik Karapetyan What do you do at a caucus? It’s simple. You vote. But voters in the Hawkeye State won’t be heading to polls on January 3rd. They will be heading to caucus locations all over Iowa’s 99 counties. These locations vary from homes to school cafeterias.
  • Santorum Campaigns To Win By Patrick Welter Rick Santorum expects to win Iowa and go straight to New Hampshire. The presidential hopeful talked about his campaign plans at an Ames, Iowa sports bar.
  • Is Newt Gingrich Really Ronald Reagan in Disguise? By Ariana Sandillo Newt Gingrich thinks he’s the modern day Ronald Reagan. He’s channeling his former mentor throughout the presidential race with talks of bringing back supply side economic policies and bringing the country out of debt.
  • Iowan Democrats Try to Stand Out Against GOP By Dominique Banas Democrats are still going strong in Iowa even though the focus is on the GOP. Today Iowa Democratic Chair Sue Dvorsky and DNC Vice President RT Rybak held a press conference on behalf of the party in West Des Moines.
  • Hot Support On A Freezing Day By Cat Ross Below freezing temperatures were no match for these supporters. A crowd of over one-thousand came to hear Mitt Romney. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie flew in for the event. He urged Iowans to replace President Obama. But it sounded more like a threat.
  • Pro-Life Group Accuses Santorum Of Being A Fraud By Dominique Banas Rick Santorum’s Faith, Family, and Freedom tour is on the move. Tonight the former Pennsylvania Senator talked about his campaign in a town hall meeting. It was held at the American Legends Grill in Marshalltown, Iowa.
  • Progressives Put On The Spot In Iowa By Micaeli Rourke The Occupation’s voice is being heard loudly and clearly. Today that was proven with “mic-checks.” Five times they were used to disrupt a Progressive Democrats of America panel.
  • The Tale of Bachmann’s Betrayal By Micaeli Rourke Congresswoman Michele Bachmann has been wronged. The man who did it was the state chair of her campaign in Iowa. Last night State Senator Kent Sorensen quit her campaign and quickly endorsed her opponent Congressman Ron Paul.
  • Big Shoes to Fill For Bachmann By Liz Montaquila Michelle Bachmann plans to be America’s “Iron Lady.” That means she wants to follow in Margaret Thatcher’s footsteps.
  • Occupiers Arrested Peacefully By Cat Ross This afternoon ten voters traded in their campaign badges for handcuffs. Seven occupiers were arrested in front of Mitt Romney’s Des Moines headquarters. Three others were cuffed at a nearby Wells Fargo Bank building. They all were demanding that Romney release his income tax information and return any corporate campaign donations. Wells Fargo ...
  • Paul Uses Foreign Policy To Persuade Voters By Wynn Harrison Ron Paul is trying to sway undecided voters. And he’s using his position on foreign policy to do that. “Why don’t we encourage people to think about foreign policy under the golden rule? Don’t do anything to any other country that we don’t want them to do to us.”
  • Bachmann Is Almost At The Finish Line By Wynn Harrison Michele Bachmann has only five more counties to go. The presidential candidate wants to visit all 99 Iowa counties before caucus night.
  • Bachmann Talks Financial To Iowa Mortgage Brokers By Dominique Banas Michele Bachmann has promised Iowan Mortgage Brokers more jobs. Today Bachman met with the Iowa Association of Mortgage Brokers for a Q&A at the State House in downtown Des Moines
  • Perry Will Never Waver By Liz Montaquila Rick Perry has been talking tough on issues of immigration and abortion.
  • Ron Paul’s Trillion Dollar Promise By Micaeli Rourke Congressman Ron Paul was talking business today. He held a town hall meeting at Guide One Insurance in West Des Moines. Guide One insures churches, but claims it is not a faith-based company.
  • Bachmann And Her Co-Chairman Part Ways By Ariana Sandillo Michelle Bachmann’s main man has left her side. Iowa State Senator and former Bachmann campaign co-chairman Kent Sorenson has decided to endorse Ron Paul.
  • Ron Paul Calls for Bringing the Troops Home By Ariana Sandillo Ron Paul wants to stop it all…wars, spending and corruption. Instead he wants freedom, property rights and sound economic policies. Today at a town hall meeting in Newton, Iowa, the republican presidential candidate told about 200 people the country needs to be run according to the constitution.
  • Democrats Question Romney’s Healthcare Motives By Dominique Banas Democrats are questioning Mitt Romney’s motives concerning healthcare. Today a media conference call was held with Minneapolis Mayor and DNC Vice President RT Ryback and Iowa Democratic Chair Sue Dvorsky.
  • Occupiers Appear At Ron Paul’s Event By Dominique Banas Occupiers have made their way to Ron Paul. Tonight Dr. Paul was holding a Salute to Veterans at the Iowa State Fair Grounds when protestors yelled “End the Fed.”
  • This Caucus Doesn’t Have A Victor By Cat Ross This is one Iowa Caucus which will never have a winner. That’s because it belongs to the Occupy Movement. Its goal is to challenge this American tradition of choosing presidential nominees.
  • The First People’s Caucus By Ariana Sandillo The nation’s first people’s caucus has kicked off a week of protests here in Des Moines,Iowa. A little more than 250 occupiers came from all across the country to confront the GOP Presidential Candidates.
  • WEBN-TV Boston is preparing for the 2012 Iowa Caucuses Please check back on December 28th as WEBN-TV begins reporting from Iowa.