Showing posts with label Iowa. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Iowa. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Notations From the Grid (Special Tuesday Edition): On The US Political Scene.....

Out & About on the US Political Scene...

It has been quite an eventful week yet again on the US Political Scene.   As we went to press with this special edition of Notations, we note that the Impeachment Trial is coming to a close.   The Democrats were dealing with the aftermath of the Iowa Caucus Fiasco--although the Former Mayor of Indianapolis seemed to have taken a lead with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders in second place.

The President of the United States is due to be before a live session of the US Congress to deliver his State of the Union that would be live streamed by the White House:

US Media will have live post-debate coverage of the analysis of #SOTU (State of the Union) that can be available by visiting CNN, MSNBC and FoxNews throughout the Night.

Monday, February 3, 2020

Notations From the Grid (Special Edition): As Iowa Votes....

Our team just received this in our Newsroom--we will have guidance here in Perspective later on in the week:

(Matt Marton/EPA-EFE/REX)

Just hours before the caucuses, Elizabeth Warren picks up a late-breaking but significant endorsement

Iowans caucus tonight, on Monday, Feb. 3. Follow the latest updates as candidates try to turn out their supporters.
Live updates ●  By Washington Post Staff ●  Read more »

Sen. Manchin calls for censuring Trump over pressuring Ukraine to investigate his domestic political rivals

A vote to acquit Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress is expected Wednesday in the Republican-led Senate, following a decision last week not to hear from witnesses.
Live updates ●  By John Wagner, Brittany Shammas and Felicia Sonmez ●  Read more »

Follow live election results as Iowa casts the first ballots of the 2020 presidential campaign

Live results from the caucuses should begin arriving around 9 p.m. ET. See which candidates are nominated and get exclusive analysis on Iowa’s impact on the future of the 2020 election.
By Washington Post Staff ●  Read more »

Conservatives spread false claims on Twitter about electoral fraud as Iowans prepare to caucus

The claims, spread by conservative activists, were quickly debunked. That didn’t stop their spread.
By Isaac Stanley-Becker and Tony Romm ●  Read more »

Republicans say Trump has learned his lesson on impeachment. The evidence suggests otherwise.

Sens. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) sound awfully certain that he won’t do it again.
Analysis ●  By Aaron Blake ●  Read more »