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on the caucuses... and the surprise visit that put a stop to the rumor. she's a democrat.. he's a republican.... not exactly grant wood material... how they make it work... without breaking out the pitchforks. it was that kind of day... keep your head down and keep moving... this person likely had more traction than the drivers around him today in waterloo... in davenport the winter weather started out as sleet... coating sidwalks.. roads... and making for a slow morning commute. at one point in des moines.. the blowing snow was about all you could see... in this video you can just barely make out the state capitol in the background. good evening. i'm erin kiernan. and i'm dan winters... the round of snow this morning brought us a couple inches. and we're dealing with more wet weather tonight... chief meteorologist ed wilson joins us...
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now to the political blizzard... when we went off the air after 11-last night... the democratic race was still too close to call. it wasn't until 2-30 in the morning that the state party
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clinton the winner. she finished in front of senator bernie sanders by 2-tenths of a point... the closest democratic caucus in iowa history. the party did not release raw vote totals... and the sanders campaign thinks that's because they don't have them. party leaders had to track down precinct chairs overnight in order to get their final numbers... in many cases they were reported by delegate percentage.. not vote totals. because of the close race... the sander's campaign has asked the iowa democratic party to check its numbers. 14:46:24 you have numbers that are reported-whether it's through an app or over the phone- and also people at each location that's putting it down on paper. we're all human, we make mistakes state party leaders say the results have already been verified... and that staffers with the clinton and sanders campaigns took part in that process. hillary clinton is now chasing history... and the history she made in iowa started her on the path... channel 13's justin surrency has the
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born seven year's before women first had the right to vote...she's seen just about everything... but monday night for pleasant hill's ruline steininger was a first... "i know what we are capable of doing."the iowa caucus victory was more than just a slim edge over bernie sanders... "it will go down in the record books as the 1st woman to win the iowa caucus." dianne bystrom,iowa state director of the carrie chapman catt center for women and politics says it will have a lasting effect... "research shows that when women run for higher office including when hilary clinton ran in 2008, that it inspires other women to run for levels of office, kind of a role model effect." an impact that cannot be ignored in iowa "she's empowering other women...in 2015 the state elected their first female u-s-senator in republican joni ernst and this year republican representative linda upmeyer was named the first female house speaker... "i think that hillary clinton along with a lot of other congresswomen and representatives set the tone as
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to get out there and say what you believe in." "there are over 3600 bricks at iowa state university's plaza of heroines that honors women who have made an impact...the history of two women in the iowa caucuses could lead to many more bricks and a strong foundation of women in politics... "i'm proud that she's in there, whether my opinion matters or not, whether i'm a democrat or republican."pride that clinton hopes to capture... and maybe another historic moment to bookend steininger's life of women in politics... "where the promise is that dream that we hold out to our children and grandchirldren never fades, but inspires generations to come...join me, let's win the nomination." bystrom says the united states currently ranks 76th in the world compared to other democracies when looking at women elected to national
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though the votes are counted.. its the delegates that matter... and that race is just as close. hillary clinton picked up 23- delegates... bernie sanders... 21. clinton didn't waste any celebrating her caucus win... hillary clinton/ presidential candidate: "so new hampshire, come with me this week. make this journey with me. stand up with me. fight for me. clinton rallied supporters this morning in nashua, new hampshire... and she'll need help from all of them. she trails senator bernie sanders by 18-points leading up to next tuesday's primary. sanders is also on the ground in new hampshire... he says the close race here in iowa was a sign of what's to come. presidential campaign if we win here in new hampshire after a great showing in iowa we're going to do well in nevada and south carolina. those are the final three early states where voters will pick
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primary is february ninth.. the nevada caucus on the 20th... and the south carolina primary on the 27th. governor branstad's criticism of senator ted cruz meant very little to voters last night... cruz won with nearly 28-percent despite governor branstad urging voters not to support him. donald trump barely hung on to second place finishing just one- percent ahead of senator marco rubio. ben carson came in fourth.. followed by senator rand paul and jeb bush. doctor ben carson says his campaign was sabotaged and just as the caucus was getting underway... congressmaa steve king sent out this tweet... "carson looks like he is out. iowans need to know before they vote. most will go to cruz, i hope." king says the tweet was in reference to a c-n-n report saying carson would take a break following the caucuses. the report did not say he was dropping out. channel 13's mike dasilva has more. carson's campaign manager tried
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night...as voting was underway.... 20:36:30--40 so we're hearing rumblings that dr. carson is actually going to sit out new hampsire? can you address that? this started with a cnn report, which is just an abject lie after the results were in...carson addressed his supporters. 21:19:50--21:20:11 i was reasonably happy today until i you know discovered the dirty tricks that were going on and people spreading rumors that i had dropped out and that people should caucus for somebody else. i mean do you think that thats something thats acceptable? today congressman steve king, national co-chair for the cruz campaign, tweeted 'i respect ben carson & regret any miscommunications.' ted cruz himself issuing a statement saying that his campaign updated grassroots leaders about the c-n-n post saying carson wasn't going to new hampshire or south carolina..cruz adding that what his political team should have done was send around the follow-up statement from the carson campaign clarifying that he was indeed staying in the race. carson supporter jason wisneski was at clay elementary school in altoona last night and says he witnessed the falsehoods that were being spread. 16:47:39--16:47:55 i made the case for ben carson and then i sat down and then the cruz speaker went up and ended his
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carson was dropping out of the race and that they shouldnt waste their vote on him, they should vote for cruz instead.' fortunately, ben carson's wife saved the day at that caucus location... 16:47:57 it was like divine intervention candy carson just walked in the room immediately after he was done and said basically what i said because i had gotten up and said that that was a lie, and candy came in and corroborated that that was a false statement perpetuated by them. butsneski says the problem is at not everyone at every
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ny were misinformed.today on cnn, when jake tapper asked ben carson if someone from the cruz campaign should be fired or steve king should step down as co- chair, carson said that whoever is responsible for that kind of blatant lying should be dismissed . after initially agreeing to interview... congressman king became too busy as news of his tweet became widespread. he still had time to send out a pair of press releases... with one claiming the affordable care act was approved by, "hook, crook, and legislative shenanigans." while there was a clear winner on the republican side.. there is little difference between the number of delegates awarded... eight go to the winner.. senator ted cruz. donald trump and senator marco rubio each earned seven... and ben carson picked up three. four other candidates were
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as some of the campaigns celebrate their results... others are trying to spin single digit support. presidential candidate "jeb bush spent $15 million and got three percent. so, i spent $500,000 between all our different efforts and got two and he spent $15 million and got three. so, i think you'd rather have me manage your money. so, i think it went fine." both chris christie and jeb bush skipped caucus night in iowa in order to campaign in new hampshire. a second half collapse cost the cyclones against texas a-&-m.... a second half collapse cost the cyclones against texas a-&-m.... tonight they were back at home.. and trying to avoid the same thing.... but again, a halftime lead slips away! find out if there was enough magic to fuel a win against number 14 west virginia. what's most important is to encourage our children to know that politics is important and you can be part of the process, their kids won't only be a part of the process.. they'll be stuck in the middle
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after the break... the couple refusing to let partisan politics divide them. every time the iowa-iowa state
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every other truck brand... history. husbands and wives split over which team to support. the iowa caucuses are doing the exact same thing... for one des moines couple, differences in opinion could be the reason they're so compatible. channel 13's reid chandler has the story... 10:16:46 "i'm meg morgenson."
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and supporting hillary clinton." 10:16:59 "grant young." 10:17:03 "i'm a republican, i'm undecided, but i know that all of our candidates will be way better than anything secretary clinton has to offer. okay this is going to be a fascinating interview. ." laughter is the common ground meg morgenson and grant young find when addressing the elephant in the room... politically, they're polar opposites...romantically, a match made in heaven. 10:18:33 "i was actually more concerned when we re-met that he was a duke fan than he was a republican - like which is worse, i don't know?" - meg morgenson, democrat grant works in politics, meg's more of an enthusiast... they've done more than reach across the aisle...they're walking down it, together, in may. 10:52:51 "so this is a picture of grant and i at the inaugural last year for branstad. so as you can see, i put in my time for republican events." - meg morgenson, democrat but don't let their peaceful demeanor fool you - there's still plenty of partisan gridlock. 10:19:40 "i've had to walk away a couple times, like during the debates.
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and agreeing with stuff, and i'm like, 'oh god, i gotta leave the room.'" 10:20:02 "and i'll be cheering for something hillary says, or bernie, and he's like, 'ugh!'" - meg morgenson, democrat disagreements aside...meg and grant say their common passion for politics brings them together. 10:20:24 "i respect his ideas, and he's a really smart guy and he respects me wanting to support hillary or any other democratic candidate. yeah, i even got you buttons! yeah, he got me these amazing buttons." they may not share the same views... but when they finally choose to start a family, meg and grant say one thing they will share is the joy of raising engaged citizens. 10:30:52 "i think we're always going to be a very political family. we just are. and i think what's most important is to encourage our children to know that politics is important and you can be part of the process, and it doesn't matter which side of the aisle you're on, you can take an active stance...and vote republican. ." a house divided...but enjoying the political process together. in des moines, reid chandler, channel 13 news. morgenson and young caucused
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and then watched the results come in together. 56:26-56:30 its good for sledding, its like wet snow so its good to slide down i'm on tv 56:26-56:30 its good for sledding, its like wet snow so
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another nationally televised top 15 showdown at hilton coliseum. so of course students lined up for good seats. iowa state with some of the best intro dances. little cass prohm ready to roll. 1st half. matt thomas step back, buries the 3. isu up 7-2. more from thomas, off the dribble. drains another 3. cyclones up 6. more from the outside. georges niang, in rhythm, bottom of the net. iowa state leads 13-6. they stay outside. monte morris gets in on the fun. 3 more from behind the arc. less up to 8. then some highlight reel dunks. deonte burton destroys the rim. crowd is bonkers. isu leads by as many as 15. but west virginia works the deficit to two when morris breaks down the d, lobs to jameel mckay. cyclones by 4 at the half. two when morris breaks down the d, lobs to jameel mckay. cyclones by 4 ealf. d half, west virginia turnspress virginia into a mountaier lead. 4 pois in ten seconds. big dunk. steal. ss. follow. west vgia by 1. cyclones answer. thomas, rner 3. money. isu up 1. en niang driving to the cket, and 1. but the cyclones flat out let this one t away. so many fundament stakes. jaysean pai r 3.rris microcosm shot of thght for isu. and it's a rare me loss for iowa state, 81-76 untaineers. west virginia emed to want it more. and it's a rare home loss for wa state, 81-76 mountaineers. st virginia seemed want it more.
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what's america's best-selling brand of trucks? you're in for a big surprise, pal. actually, you're not. it's ford f-series, again. and, it wasn't even close. same trucks that have been leading the industry for 39 straight years. why? game changin' innovation. like f-150's high-strength, military-grade aluminum alloy. which helps make it stronger, mo c capable and more efficient than ever. innovation. it's why f-series is making
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so of course sdents lined up for good seats. iowa state with some of the best intro dances. little cass prohm ready to roll. 1st half. matt thomas step back, buries the 3. isu up 7-2. more from thomas, off the dribble. drains another 3. cyclones up
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niang, in rhythm, bottom of the net. iowa state leads 13-6. they stay outside. monte morris gets in on the fun. 3 mor from behind the arc. less up to 8. then some highlight reel dunks. deonte burton destroys the rim. crowd is bonkers. isu leads by as many as 15. but west virginia works the deficit to two when morris breaks down the d, lobs to jameel mckay. cyclones by 4 at the half. 2nd half, west virginia turns press virginia into a mountaineer lead. 4 points in ten seconds. big dunk. steal. miss. follow. west virginia by 1. cyclones answer. thomas, corner 3. money. isu up 1. then niang driving to the bucket, and 1. but the
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get away. so many fundamental mistakes. jaysean paige for 3. morris microcosm shot of the night for isu. and it's a rare home loss for iowa state, 81-76 mountaineers. west virginia seemed to want it more. iowa state women at kansas, and it's a ten point win. 63-53. drake bulldogs lost at indiana state, 63-56 sycamores and for the second time his school year, the hawkeyes make
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cover of sports illustrated. first football. now basketball. everybody's all-american, desmond king, surprised many when king decided he'd play his senior season at iowa. king won every award a defensive back can, including the jim thorpe. king traveled to oklahoma city and picked up his trophy in
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