Presidential hopefuls pulled no punches as the campaign race heated up this week.
DES MOINES—With all due respect to the steak-on-a-stick stands that dot the fairgrounds here, no one dishes out the red meat like Ted Cruz.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a campaign event in West Columbia, South Carolina, July 23, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Keane
Social media was abuzz on Wednesday with the news of an unlikely presidential candidate climbing the polls in North Carolina.
DES MOINES—The soapbox at the Iowa State Fair is a place where candidates rarely make news. Rick Perry on Wednesday was no exception. But for Perry, that’s a problem.
DES MOINES—For many of the Republican presidential candidates at the Iowa State Fair this week, it has come down to a single question: How much do you agree with Donald Trump?
Voters cast their ballots in U.S. midterm elections in Ferguson, Missouri, November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Whitney Curtis
Republican U.S. presidential candidate and Ohio Governor John Kasich participates in the Voters First Presidential Forum in Manchester, New Hampshire August 3, 2015. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
Hillary Clinton has told organized labor she wants to improve Social Security benefits for women and lower-income seniors.
The White House hopefuls have taken their campaigns to the Iowa state fair, where they’re partaking in cook-offs and pork chops on sticks. See our slideshow here.