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caucuses, candidates are pulling out all the stops. they appreciate iowans showing up for rallies... but it's a far bigger accomplishment to get those people to show up at their precincts. good evening, i'm dan winters. erin has the night off. the candidates will gladly take any support they can get... and 13's justin surrency explains why, for the first time, iowa latinos could decide who wins. the story is first on thirteen. "this is part of building a culture of participation for the iowa caucuses."historically the latino community hasn't always been as excited to caucus as the rest of the state and it's having a harmful effect... "many of our people have not been approached by the presidential campaigns. they're not on that radar screen for whatever reason."in 2012 just over 1,000 iowa latinos participated in the iowa
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this year...officials with the league of united latino american citizens say that's about to change... "we expect at least 10,000 of our people to participate in our caucuses throughout the state..."... the way our community celebrates dia de los muertos or 3 kings day or mothers day and father's day...we want you to make iowa caucuses part of your culture."they say they've taken matters into their own hands... "we are empowering our community on our own...we are an independent voice with key issues when it comes to jobs, education, healthcare and comprehensive immigration reform... lulac is distributing a special caucus edition of hola iowa directly targeting latino communities to spark caucus participation and a hunger for politics... "the nation is putting their eyes on iowa so it's important for latino's to be a part and be heard and to caucus february 1st..."to say the
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momentum is an understatement "in 2007 there was about 23,000 registered latino voters that we can measure, now we are up to 50,000."and they hope presidential candidates are paying attention to not only the rising numbers but also the enthusiasm... "we can have a voice and it can be here in iowa, we can amplify our voice by participating in presidential caucuses..." to reach their goal of 10,000 caucus goers... lulac leaders say they've been working hard to reach out to strong latino communities in counties such as polk, black hawk, johnson, dallas and woodbury, and covering 700 of the over 1700 precincts in the state... a new cnn poll reveals a shake up at the top. it gives donald trump a double digit lead in iowa.. he brings in 37-pecent. ted cruz pulling at 26-percent support. marco rubio is third... followed
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on the democratic side, bernie sanders is sitting on top. with 51-percent of the vote.. he holds an eight point lead over hillary clinton. that's the biggest lead any major poll has given sanders since early september. as you would expect, hillary clinton has noticed... and she's going on the offensive against sanders. brianna keilar reports. hillary clinton doing something she wouldn't for the first several months of her campaign calling out bernie sanders by name. presidential candidate "senator sanders and i have many of the same goals, but we have different records and different ideas about how to drive progress."in iowa painting the vermont as extreme and unrealistic. presidential candidate "in theory isn't enough. a president has to deliver in reality."but the once presumed democratic nominee is fighting off an insurgent push by sanders who is fortunes. presidential candidate "today the inevitable candidate, doesn't look quite so inevitable as she did eight and a half months ago."taking a page out of donald trump's play book sanders emphasizing his standing in new hampshire polls.
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inton defeats mr. trump by 9 points, we feat him by 23 points."the latest cnn-wmur poll in the granite state shows nders with big leads in pothetical match-ups against u and ted cruz. clinton also ats trump and cruz but her margins are much narrower. sanders is out with an ecativew ad set to air in io idayere he's opened up a lead in the latest cnn-orc poll.and a ofile in people magazineere he describes how he proposed to his now wife jane ter a year long break up. asnders focuses on hisofter de. clinton's email ntroversy continues to dog her. after a letter from an independent government inspector revealed her emails contained information abouhhlyassified defense andtelligcpgrams. clintonfending herself on npr. presidential candidate "as thestate department has coirmed, i never sent or receed anyterial marked classified, and at hasn't changed in all of ese months."she's hitting nders on natial security, anarea where voters give her much gher marks. edtial candidate "senator nders does' talk much about reign policy but when he does raises concerns baemetimes it can sound like he really hasn't thought ith
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just a bit ago, you saw donald trump's lead over ted cruz... but to hear both of them talk, there's no mistaking know who they have to beat. donald trump/ presidential candidate"guys like because he's a strident guy, "no you cannot have that!"" presidential candidate"we are seeing the washington establishment abandoning marco
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determination that marco can't win. and they're rushing to trump." governor terry branstad, who said tuesday that cruz should be defeated in the iowa caucuses... today, the governor doubled- down on his criticism of cruz over the renewable fuels standard. iowa congressman steve king was upset over the statement, saying and needed to apologize for what he he will not. well first of all im the governor of iowa and renewable energy is really important to our state and mr. cruz introduced legislation in 2013 to eliminate the renewable fuels standard and he opposes the extension of the property tax credit for wind energy this is a lot of jobs to iowa, its income to iowa farmers so obviously im going to stand up and defend the people of iowa and the jobs of this state, im proud of that. im not taking sides in the campaign but i think iowans need to know where the candidates stand on issues that are important to this state.
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statements won't impact iowa's first in the nation status. congressmen king said he's concerned they will. dr. ben carson is back on the campaign trail... two days after one of his volunteer staffers, braden joplin, was killed in a car crash. dr. ben carson: you know this has been a tough week with the loss of braden joplin. but he was such an so much about what was going to happen to our nation. what was going to happen to the next generation. school this afternoon... carson said he hopes that what he calls the "braden effect" of kindness and concern for others would mean spirited. after the speech, carson told reporters that he's expecting to
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despite a slip in the polls. over how to handle the privatization of medicaid. the switch is set for march first... and while the governor says the state will be ready... democrats are warning people not to count on it. medicare services have consistently told us, their number one priority is be able vulnerable of iowans and until they are statisfied with that, they will not approve iowa to move forward. 37:15 the change will eventually impact about 560 thousand recipients in iowa. a man from muscatine is facing federal charges after police say he stole a boat in florida and took it to cuba. they say shawn wegmann stole the boat from a marina in early december. cuban police caught him. he was wanted in iowa on felony firearms charges. while out on bond... police say wegmann cut off his g-p-s tracking device. yesterday he
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to a face a new charge. a judge scheduled another hearing for next week. two people face charges after a high speed chase ended when a car smashed into a garage. it happened in urbandale, this morning. police tried to pull over 24-year old conor forrest for a seatbelt violation... but officers say he took off. they say he lost control at meredith and 83rd. you can see the result. forrest is charged with eluding... and interference with official acts. his passenger is also charged with interference. no one was injured. a follow up to a story we brought you last night at ten... a wisconsin man faces charges after police say he led officers on a chase.. and then crashed into a dart bus. the bus driver received minor injuries. police arrested 23 year old zachery senger. he is charged with eluding, and o-w-i. this should have you thinking warmer thoughts. iowans won't know this year's ragbrai route until saturday... but they're having fun guessing where it could go.
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most people think the ride will head south... the top guessed cities include ottumwa, creston, and mount pleasant. we'll soon find out if those towns make it. a "route announcement party" is being held this saturday at seven p-m. it's at capital square in des moines. tickets are required. the iowa hawkeyes expecting to have an easy game tonight...... coming up in sports... the close first half against a team on a losing streak... and the new numbers the hawks can brag about tonight... and a growing list of actors boycotting of the academy awards.. the a-list star on why he won't
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and the steps the academy are considering to make it more diverse... and making a statement through the big screen... why organizers hope a film festival will help movie goers... move into the political arena... a film festival kicking off tonight at the des moines arts
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa
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focuses on immigration -- one of the most important and divisive issues in this year's presidential election.
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film festival"...and it will screen and discuss immigration-related films ahead of iowas first in the nation feb. 1st caucuses. channel 13's mike dasilva got a chance to speak with some of the key players involved in the festival tonight... michael... the film festival is bringing some oscar nominees to town... 12:51:55--12:52:11 'i think when you tell a story and a film about an individual, its really difficult to see them as a statistic or as a threat. i think that films are great at making people recognize themselves in other people.' 12:48:08--26 this is something that you cannot deny. a lot of people pretend that all these twelve million undocumented human beings do not exist, because they dont have a name and they dont have an id to prove their name.' christopher weitz directed a better life.
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immigration themed film...which was shown tonight at the festival. we got a chance to catch up with some of the folks attending the film. the stories that are told about immigrants and refugees is important because everyone has a story to tell and everyone deserves their story to be told and i personally come from a background of that. my family is actually refugees from liberia " 12:43:20--33 "i'm the child of a refugee myself my mom was in a refugee camp and came over after world war ii. so, i'm the product of a family that chose to have better life. they were sponsored by a church in oelwein iowa the festival is organized by jose antonio vargas, a journalist, filmmaker, and the founder of define american -- a non-profit media and culture organization that seeks to elevate the conversation around immigration and citizenship in america. vargas, who is an undocumented immigrant, says the goal of this festival is to humanize a very
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through film. "really hard to think of another issue as politicized and as partisan as immigration. i've been here in des moines now for a few days and it's been television ads from the candidates and whenever immigration comes up i'm wondering like are they talking about human beings? it sounds insects." the festival is an effort to show reporters covering the candidates different angles of the immigration debate and introduce a more human angle to voters. the festival will show six feature length films preceded by six short films. all of the films exploring different immigrant experiences through both narratives and documentaries. the festival it runs through saturday night and tickets are still available another big hollywood name
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another big hollywood name skipping the academy awards ceremony this year. sot will smith: ... at this time, we're uncomfortable to stand there and say this is ok. will smith joining his wife's boycott of the oscars. this is the second year in a row, none of the nominees in the top categories are minorities. tim gray with variety magazine, says the academy is considering expanding the number of best picture nominations to a mandatory ten and increasing the acting category to more than five nominations. they're also considering creating new membership rules. currently, academy membership is for life. a 2013 study found that 93 percent of academy voters are white, 76% are male, and the average age is
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gray also point the finger at hollywood studios. tim gray the studios are overwhelmingly caucasian and males. they're the ones that greenlight movies. the academy's first black president says it members need to do more and quickly... temperatures will be about average overnight with lows in the middle to upper teens. it will be a gloomy start to the day tomorrow, as we will be under quite a bit of cloud cover and maybe just a few flurries. those clouds will begin to clear by the afternoon hours, but temperatures will still be a few degrees cooler and in the middle 20s. clouds will quickly clear by early saturday and temperatures will be a bit nicer as well. we'll see the lower 30s for saturday afternoon and the upper 30s on sunday, which will help melt a bit of the lingering snow cover. by monday a new system will move in and bring in
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e p ena could havemething to do with tather... the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job.
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a tireless secretary of state, standing up against the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a cease-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world... and she's the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done.
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as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote. we must never forget the lessons of that experience. isis must be destroyed, but we should not do it alone. we need an international coalition with muslim boots on the ground fighting with our support. it's time to end the quagmire of perpetual warfare in the middle east. as president, i will.
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good news for the 9th ranked hawkeyes, rutgers has lost 20 straight conference games.. bad news... that last win was against a top-ten team. so it's not a gimme game... but it's close. the empty arena could have something to do with the weather... not likely. peter jok comes out firing scoring 11 of the hawks first 13. it helps when no one guards you. mike gesell and anthony clemmons play hot potato... then clemmons hits a three. rutgers hangs around the entire first half. hawks press, force the turnover and peter jok throws down! jok gets a t for hanging out on the rim, it wouldn't hurt the hawks.
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wants the rock. it's uthoff's 1- thousandth career point. he had 20 tonight. gesell dropped 9 dimes. pulls the defense in, clemmons with a career high 20 points. hawkeyes up by nine, and jok carries them to the finish. a career high 29- points for the valley high school grad. it's iowa's 8th straight win 90-76. what a night for the hawkeyes. iowa's 12-game conference winning streak is the best stretch since its 1969-70 season. three players score 20-plus, jok, clemmons, uthoff, for the first time in 16 years. jok, clemmons with career highs. uthoff becomes the 44th hawkeyes to surpass 1-thousand points. purdue will try to derail the hawkeyes. the boilermakers are looking for payback after giving up a huge
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losing to iowa in their first meeting. forget dynasty... southeast polk has built a wrestling empire. the rams haven't lost to a c-i-m-l opponent in six years. 12th ranked waukee will give it a shot tonight in pleasant hill. they start at 138 pounds, 3rd ranked, zach barnes jumps all over parker carey... from the cradle to the pin. rams rolling. 145 pounds, gunner jorgensen puts brock parker on his back... that's another fall. close match at 152... alex smith, not the chiefs quarterback, gets control of waukee's solomon jones... that's a two. smith leading in the final minutes, rams fans want the two, and jones gets it. southeast polk is 14-0 with a 47-24.
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the cyclones are back in the thick of the big 12 race. now, iowa state can't afford a let down. sandwiched between two big monday's iowa state gets conference bottom feeder, t-c-u. the cyclones have beaten the horned frogs six straight times. prohm has an idea how to motivate his team on the road. just like everyone thought, baylor is in all alone in first place. team on the road. announcer: 3 republican governors. but which governor won national praise for tough leadership handling
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which governor made his state number one in job creation? which governor led the fight to stop obamacare expansion in his state? and which governor laid out a tough plan to destroy isis months before the paris attacks? jeb bush. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine.
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and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state, standing up against the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a cease-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world... and she's the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done.
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the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job...
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and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver.

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