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this weeks debate seemed to unify republicans... not just against democrats, but against the media. today, most of the presidential candidates got together in iowa for a party. good evening, thanks for joining us. i'm brooke bouma. more than 2-thousand people came to the event at the iowa state fairgrounds. these ten republican candidates spoke to the crowd at the first "growth and opportunity party." and with only three months away before caucus night, presidential candidates know just how important today's event was. and what they stand for... still - in this battleground state - both marco rubio and jeb bush need to build more support if they hope to beat ben carson - who's overtaken donald trump in polls here... jeb bush isn't scared of again taking on marco rubio - and his missed senate votes. 14:32:15:00-14:32:20:10 "if you are elected to serve, you should do what chuck grassley does - you should show up to vote.
for texas senator ted cruz.. he pushed his plan to implement a flat tax... and continued to take aim at the moderators at last week's republican debate. 11:19:48:22-11:20:11:29 "other things that weren't mentioned at the debate...common core...isis....iran...but you know what we had plenty of time for fantasy football...we need to be focusing on the real issues that matter..our country is in crisis and we need to stand up and lead to turn it around...applause... november 10th is the next republican debate in milwaukee. the event was part halloween party and part republican rally. political director dave price shows us...once you get past all the festivities, you find a serious purpose. grab your popcorn...this sideshow's actually bigger than the main
and ralph welch came to watch was like nothing he's ever seen. the growth and opportunity party was no traditional political party it had almost as many pumpkins as people. jack o lanterns carving campaign reminders. marco rubio, ted cruz...rick." as much as hoefert boys shirts could fit. carly...ben." billboard brothers. couples, too. 18:3420 i dont mind advertising, i don't know who i'm really for. ron sievers got stickered bumper to
later, his father took a seat to check out the competition. later, his father took a seat to check out the competition. there was a lot of it. rick santorum brought honest abe. carly fiorina had balloons. so did doctor ben carson who was nowhere to be found. at least not in person. 183645 although staffers scrubbed in. 32:40 rand paul put a man with a message on the move lindsey graham wanted you to pick the scariest democrat. 5629 some people here didn't need a booth to choose theirs. 43:39 mutant turtles meandered through the crowd. 190349 no headless horseman but there was a trumpless booth 190400 his hat did make an appearance there was a serious side to all of this
kevin tobey...190058 hear what everyone has to say...and check on genuineness." campaigns checked on genuine support. there were places to pledge caucus night support everywhere. republican presidential candidates...donald trump, ben carson, john kasich and george pataki did not attend the event. a local latino group is launching a campaign of it's own this election cycle, and it's the first of it's kind... an effort to get 10 thousand latino voters to turn out on caucus night across the state and let their voices be heard. reid chandler has the story. the iowa caucuses are a decades-long tradition for the state, but for iowa state university student jacqueline garcia, it's a brand new experience. 16:03:49 "so my dad's actually a naturalized citizen, and he was eligible to vote in the 2008 election, but he didn't, so my family is
politics at all." - jacqueline garcia - isu student garcia represents a growing number of young latinos in the state who find themselves entering a political atmosphere they've never participated in. but that's the problem the league of united latin american citizens - or lulac - is trying to address. 15:41:07 "we're really excited about this. this is the first time that an organization like ours has been tasked with reaching out to latino voters to participate exclusively to the iowa caucuses." - christian ucles - political director, lulac a campaign to recruit and train ten thousand iowa latinos to turn out on caucus night...regardless of the party or candidate they support. the end goal? to get the voices of the latino community integrated into the political dialogue. 15:41:16 "but this is part of a long-term plan. the short-term right now is the iowa caucus, trying to get as many people as possible to participate. we're going to be doing trainings as to how the caucuses - both the republican and democratic caucuses work - but it also goes past the caucus." christian ucles - political director, lulac lulac says it hopes latinos will do more than just vote at the caucuses... they're looking for volunteers to become active in both parties, making it easier to get latinos out to the polls in the general
15:43:45 "organizing communities of color is a little more expensive than organizing regular communities. because a lot of it is, it is a lot of intensive labor work, going knocking on their doors, talking on their phones. having community meetings, creating a so there's a little bit more than with the general populace." - christian ucles - political director, lulac for garcia, who will caucus for the first time this february, the training and is crucial. for garcia, who will caucus for the training and preparation lulac will provide is crucial. 16:08:03 "because other people, like me, who have never gone to caucus - we don't know what to expect at all." 16:08:08 "it's really important to educate the latino community on what to expect, and also to inform them to t be afraid to go out and causbecause it is such an important part of the entire process." jacqueline garcia - isu student and with less than 100 days until caucus-time, lulac's missioian bitious one thasitting theound running. ai sessions begin as soon ny. 15:55:1"we justnt to have access to thendidates,e just want to have accestt process. we want trained, we want to beheard, and that's what we're doing right now." in des moines, reid chandler, channel 13 news. nearly 12 milli tinos rned out to vote in the 2012arly 12 million latinos turneo te in the 2012 general election, and that number is expected tocrease in 2016... lac says an esmated 16million latinosod vote fore nation'sxt president. des moeresidents will need ke boiling their water thiekend.s moines water wosatheeak was at east 46th streed hubbell avenue. the boil advisory affects areas north
of douglas and south of i-80, east of east 34th street and west of highway 5 bypass. the boil advisory is expected to last until tomorrow afternoon. until then...they advise residents to use bottled water or boil water before drinking it. coming up after the break. shooting spree. a shooter is dead along with three others in colorado. why police say they had to kill the gunman. brett ad lib weather tease at the matte four people are dead after a
no motive has been released at this time... and the sheriff's office took over the investigation. the officers who shot the suspect have been put on administrative leave. the wreckage of a cargo ship believed to be el faro has been located by a u-s navy search team. they found the wreckage in about 15-thousand feet of water tonight. 35 miles northeast of crooked island in the bahamas as hurricane joaquin destroyed the region. 33 people were believed to be on board. the navy plans to send a remotely operated vehicle to investigate tomorrow. and down south, residents in texas are under flash flood warnings. and several tornadoes touched down in the lone star state.. the national weather services says right now reports say six people are dead and at least two are missing. as severe weather sweeps across the gulf coast.....tornadoes were reported south and east of houston this morning. overturning mobile homes and left up to 44-thousand residents without
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homecoming tonight against texas. 1st q. mike warren, in from 3 yards out. 157 yards for the freshman. cyclones up 7-0 after 1. later its the defense. jerrod herd rolling out, nowhere to go, lofts it downfield, picked off by jordan harris. cyclones lead 10-0 at the half. 3rd q lanning goes to the air. perfect strike to dondre daley, corner of the endzone. iowa state leads 17-0. 252 total yards for joel in his first start. and how about 1 more in the 4th to seal it. josh thomas in from a yard out. iowa state puts a whoopin on texas 24-0. paul rhoads passionate in the locker room after the game.
cyclones hit the road next week at 14th ranked oklahoma hawkeye fans are dreaming of a perfect season. with 5 games left iowa is in the drivers seat for a spot in the big 10 title game and perfection. home taking on maryland. zach johnson and the claret jug iat kinnick stadium. 1st q. leshun daniels, back from injury, in the endzone from a
1st q. leshun daniels, back from injury, in the endzone from a yard out. 7-0 hawks after 1. later to the air. what a catch by george kittle, 1-handed. the flying kittle. back to the ground. akrum wadley, follows the blocks, in to the endzone. 11 yard touchdown. 14-0 iowa. special teams helping out. maryland punting, blocked by aaron mends, iowa back in business. and that leads to derrick mitchell, in from 2 yards out. 21-0 hawks at the half. 4th q. maryland threatening again, but the king of iowa city says not so fast. desmond king the interception and then king has a house call. 88 yards the other way. the hawkeyes improve to 8-o,
so the hawks are 8-0. here's a look at the remaining 4 games on the schedule. next week on the road at indiana. after that its 2 in a row at home against minnesota and purdue, and then they close out the season on the road at nebraska. 18th ranked uni hosting south dakota. 1st half. aaron bailey, the strike to braden lehman. td panthers. uni wins 20-7. panthers now 4-4 overall, drake falls on the road at morehead state 38-35. bulldogs now 4-5 on the year. senor day at grand view. 4th ranked vikings hosting culver-stockton. first possession, jordan cheatham. the former lincoln speedster shows off the wheels. 55 yards to the house. 7-0, they're just getting warmed up. the rout is on. grand view rolls 76-7. the high school fall sports season is winding down.
class 4a top ranked dowling catholic boys brings home the state title behind ryan schweizer. class 3a. grinnell 2nd, pella 3rd. and in class 1a nodaway valley, the wolverines, bring home the team title. on the girls side. urbandale wins the 4a championship, julia noah finishes 2nd individually. and in class 3a pella takes 2nd behind davenport assumption. jeb bush was a very strong governor, probably the strongest governor in the history of the state of florida. he was a young guy and i think there were some folks in the legislature that thought they might be able to run over him. that didn't happen. one tax cut wasn't enough- he had to do more. it wasn't enough to have 15,000 kids with school choice in florida, he wanted to have 100,000 kids. if he didn't like a project, it was going to be vetoed. it didn't matter if you were a republican. it didn't matter if you were his best friend. he said: 'this is where we're going,
this is how we're going to reform state government...' every politician comes in talking about making change, and generally there's not much change. but governor bush made a lot of changes. he got the nickname veto corleone. if he saw something in the budget that he thought violated his conservative principles, you could guarantee it was gonna get whacked. he vetoed a bunch of my stuff and i was the senate president. the message to washington, d.c., is 'get ready...' because there will be change.