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Positions for Iowa Gubernatorial Candidates PDF Print E-mail
Iowa Politics
Tuesday, 29 October 2002 18:00
By far the biggest issue in the Iowa gubernatorial campaign is the state’s economy – both economic growth and the budget crunch that’s plagued state government. Republican nominee Doug Gross has faulted incumbent Tom Vilsack, a Democrat, for the state’s flagging economy, citing a variety of rankings for business health and business climate and noting that surrounding states are growing while Iowa’s economy shrinks.

Accusations of Voter Fraud a Candidate’s “Desperate Cry” PDF Print E-mail
Letters to the Editor
Tuesday, 29 October 2002 18:00
I am writing in response to the ludicrous accusations of racism and possible voter fraud suggested by Judith Malone, Republican candidate for Iowa House District 86, in her letter to the editor on October 16 (see “Voters Should Be Leery of ‘Early Voter’ Campaigns,” River Cities’ Reader Issue 396).

Some Candidates Aren’t Talking PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 29 October 2002 18:00
Of all the November elections I have ever participated in, this is by far the most woeful in terms of candidates dealing with the issues that challenge America. The glaring lack of debates, surveys, interviews, and opportunities in general for the public to engage with the candidates exposes a strategy of nondisclosure on the part of the political parties’ leadership.

Illinois Gubernatorial Contest – Surprisingly – Heats Up PDF Print E-mail
Illinois Politics
Tuesday, 29 October 2002 18:00
My buddy Jim Anderson over at the Illinois Radio Network mentioned the other day that he is seeing some eerie similarities between this governor’s race and the last one. He could very well be right. Back in 1998, George Ryan was the heavy early favorite.

Candidate Statements for the November 5 Election: Illinois State PDF Print E-mail
Illinois Politics
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Tuesday, 29 October 2002 18:00
In preparation for the upcoming election, the River Cities’ Reader asked candidates to respond to the following: “Compare yourself to and contrast yourself with your opponent(s) in terms of your respective positions on the issues you think will be most important during the next term of the office you’re seeking.

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