The Rural Blog: 3/8/15
While 11 months remain before first votes for the leader, Iowa Republicans acquired the opportunity to see the candidates close up and hear what that they had to say on all the main element issues Saturday at the inaugural Iowa Agricultural Summit. Present were Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, previous Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, former Texas Gov.
Rick Perry, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, SC Sen. Lindsey Graham, previous NY Gov. George Pataki, and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. Retired physician Ben Kentucky and Carson U.S. Sen. Rand Paul didn’t attend; Paul was getting Kentucky Republican leaders to start planning for a caucus so he can run for re-election as well as leader. One of the primary issues tackled was immigration. Bush, going for a stand definitely not popular with caucus-goers, said “undocumented immigrants already in the U.S. need a way to legalization,” Chris Clayton reports for DTN The Progressive Farmer.
Perry “declared that President Obama and Congress have destroyed any trust that Washington, D.C., can address immigration,” Clayton creates. Politico reporter James Hohmann has a round-up of the event, saying that Walker acted like the front-runner, while Perry did the most to connect with farmers, expressing “concern about falling crop prices and new difficulties facing farmers,” Hohmann writes.
The candidates discussed “major agriculture themes not often discussed in presidential elections,” Alex Hanson reports for the Iowa State Daily in Ames. The Des Moines Register has in-depth coverage of the event, including news stories, profiles, videos, columns, and a position of how well each of the candidates performed. Some entire stories are behind a paywall.
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