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just 24 hours out from the iowa caucuses.... the presidential candidates are making their last stops in the state. good evening, thanks for joinin us. i'm jannay towne. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are side by side in the sprint to the finish line.. clinton has a three point advantage over sanders in the final des moines register bloomberg politics iowa poll. it shows martin o'malley polling at just three percent. kristen welker is following the democratic race.. the democratic candidates criss- crossed iowa late into the night saturday with just hours to go. "nats" for hillary clinton it was all hands on deck... husband bill and daughter chelsea helping deliver the
chelsea quick pop bill quick pop clinton is entering the homestretch with a boost -- saturday's des moines register/bloomberg poll shows her with a slim lead over rival bernie sanders....45 to 42 percent. and .. the new york times endorsed her.......calling her "one of the most broadly and deeply qualified presidential candidates in modern history." nat clinton saturday night "we won't be able to do this without you....." earlier in the day she tried to turn the page after the state department determined 22 emails from the former secretary of state's private server -- were top secret. ...clinton telling nbc news....she didn't generate them: nats clinton "this is an interagency dispute and i want it resolved. " senator sanders is still riding a wave of insurgent excitement buoyed by young voters who overwhelmingly support him. "sanders sound tbd xxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx and now the battle being waged
"if we have a higher voter turnout we win!" "will you caucus for hillary? on social media and the old fashioned way "nats knocking on the door with sanders campaign " clinton and sanders have both built up armies of volunteers ready to fight determined to win. s/emily johnson/bernie volunteer "it's an exciting time to be involved in politics it's a different time. it's bernie sanders and it really is a movement. " s/liz mueller/hillary clinton for america "we're here to help democrats and hopefully get president. o'malley campaigned in eastern iowa today. sanders is getting ready to speak at iowa state at 5-45... and clinton is stopping at lincoln high school tonight at 8 o'clock. we will have live coverage of at ten. donald trump is keeping his lead heading into tomorrow. in the des moines register poll, trump is five points ahead of ted cruz. marco rubio and ben carson round out the top four at 15 and 10 percent. is in the single digits the frontrunner started his bluffs.
an event in sioux city on caucus morning, he will make his last pitch to iowa voters in waterloo at eleven. senator ted cruz spent part of his sunday at church in west des moines. cruz greeted worshipers at lutheran church of hope. he told reporters he heeded the pastor's call to pray for his political opponents. cruz has three stops today... after capping off a week of campaigning across the state. our political director dave price will have live coverage of his event tonight at the iowa state fairgrounds. the latest polls aren't intimidating some of the candidates at the back of the pack... today, 2008 caucus winner, mike huckabee, told voters in valley junction he won't disappoint monday night. channel 13's reid chandler is following the former arkansas governor .. "24 hours to the iowa caucuses, all candidates campaigning at full-throttle. especially the ones at the back of the pack, like 2008 iowa caucus winner mike huckabee. as of the latest polls, he's sitting at a mere two percent, but he's hoping his
off in the end" - reid chandler, channel 13 news "i'm going to be glad when we finally start basing this whole election on voters rather than on some east coast pollster who has never spent a night in iowa and doesn't have a clue what matters to people who will be going to vote tomorrow night in the caucuses." - mike huckabee, presidential candidate governor huckabee addressed a packed room at inspired grounds coffee shop in west des moines. the former governor took shots at rival candidates like ted cruz without ever mentioning their names. he told voters to remember he supports the renewable fuel standard and is a strong defender of the second amendment. huckabee says hes not scared of his low polling performance this cycle... in fact, he reminds voters governor terry branstad even suggested he will surprise the state on caucus night. "i trust branstad and his political predictions a whole lot more than some guy sitting on fox today saying i'm going to endorse one of the other candidates. that guy has air in
because i want you to know, i'm not getting out of the race. i'm staying in, we're going to do great tomorrow night and keep polling and win the white house, folks." - mike huckabee "huckabee isn't the only candidate hoping for a miracle tomorrow. 2012 caucus winner rick santorum also making stops around the metro today, we'll have more of that at 10 o'clock. reporting in west des moines, reid chandler, channel 13 news." alright thanks reid. doctor ben carson doesn't have any scheduled stops in central iowa before the caucuses, but his supporters are rallying in his absence a campaign event at macabee's kosher deli in des moines today didn't strictly focused on politics... instead, it highlighted carson's successful career, his life story and the type of man he is. a colleague at johns hopkins says he isn't worried by poll numbers and believes carson will surprise
301220 - i think voters of this wonderful state are going show they care about people with his temperate, someone who can lead this country through common sense, thought kindness but most important through leadership that is done logically the other g-o-p contenders are racking up the miles in iowa. you can hear from chris christie at seven tonight at wellman's in west des moines. rand paul and marco rubio are campaigning in eastern iowa. that's where jeb bush is as well. he's now speaking in clinton. tomorrow, "meet the press" moderator, chuck todd, will join brooke and andy on today in iowa starting at five. throughout the day, we'll be at caucus headquarters at capitol square and take you to the campaign's watch parties. you can watch the results roll in live on channel 13... and online beginning at seven on who tv dot com. tonight, des moines police are asking for you help in identifying two
62 year old kirk blunck was found dead at the "teachout building" in the east village last sunday. police say these two people may have been in or near the building at the time. anyone with information on the potential witnesses is asked to call police. authorities determined that blunck fell down a flight of stairs on january 24th. there was no indication he'd been assaulted. politics aside, the other big story is the weather. a blizzard watch is now in effect for tuesday. meteorologist amber alexander is tracking the winter storm and has the latest on the timing of it all. just ahead on the channel 13
they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and
that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
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the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the
real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. lothon toin liteoar 'trlglons donto e aet. thes rcs. more. i dwan tiow stans candidate from their home state. the famous ice cream duo.... ben cohen and jerry greenfield.... whipped up a custom flavor for vermont senator bernie sanders.
it's a bit conceptual for dessert -- but ben cohen, the co-founder of ben & jerry's, hopes this is an easy notion to swallow. "we've never done anything like this." his new, extremely limited edition ice cream flavor is "bernie's yearning." "it sounds great! anything to honor bernie sanders!" the presidential candidate is one of the biggest names to come out of burlington, vermont since -- maybe ben and jerry themselves. "he's doing a lot better a lot earlier than we expected." cohen's canvassing for sanders in iowa ahead of the caucuses. before he took off -- he took out his home ice cream maker... and whipped up a batch of mint chocolate chip. though -- all the chips are in one solid mass at the top. reflecting, cohen explains, how sanders sees too much new wealth in the united states as going to the top 1% "and you break it up into a lot of little pieces." more income needs to go to the
chocolate needs to be blended down into that mint ice cream. "you spread the money around." cohen's promising to give away 25 autographed pints of his creation to winners of a random drawing through berniesyearning.com. "i think ice cream is just ice cream. jack: not a place for politics? susie: not a place for politics. 56:45: i can relate ice cream to entertainment, but not politics." "it's important to point out that ben cohen is doing this as a private citizen. he no longer has a hand in running the company he co-founded. ben & jerry's corporate offices told political candidates." "we're talking collectible here, you know!" you can enter cohen's ice cream giveaway through february 3rd. some iowans who aren't old enough to caucus are learning how the voting process works... in a sweet way. "some of the kids in the chocolate chip cookies were set. set in stone." middle schoolers in mason city are using cake and cookies to help illustrate the
republicans and cookies stand for the democrats. from there -- students picked what type of cake or cookies that look the best. in case you're wondering, chocolate chip won the democrat's cookie nomination and ice cream cake took it for the g-o-p. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place
to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job
is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night.
and wind speeds will increase as well. winds will
be strong from the north-northeast at 15 to 25 mph, gusts to 35 mph. this will create very difficult driving conditions all day on tuesday and for the start of wednesday. a winter storm watch is in effect for those southwest and southeast of des moines until tuesday night. most of monday will remain dry for those caucusing around the state. light snow will begin falling late monday as the bigger system approaches but shouldn't be much of a problem for those driving home during the evening. the bigger problems will move in for the morning
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maryland. even with the loss the hawks are still tied atop the big 10 with indiana. a chance to start a new streak today. back home taking on northwestern. after just 9 points against maryland jarrod uthoff bounces back. drops in the 3. just getting warmed up. tied at 7. more from uthoff. another from downtown. hawks lead 10-7. then off the miss, follow up dunk for
peter jok continues to impress. 3 from the wing. hawks starting to stretch the lead in the first half. more from deep. its a bear sighting. nicholas baer, 7
points off the bench. haks up 42-26 at the break. 2nd half. jok, in transition. somehow gets it to drop. pete scores 26. lead up to 23. then anthony clemmons, baseline bucket and the foul. iowa would lead by as many as 29... northwestern makes it respectable after iowa puts the subs in.. hawks win 85-71. the talk after the game. peter jok.
iowa and indiana tied for first at 8-1. maryland, michigan, purdue all lurking iowa hosts penn state on wednesday. hawkeye women
try to make it a sunday sweep of the wildcats...and bluders bunch gets it done 79-64 over northwestern northern iowa ended a 4 game losing streak on wednesday with a win at bradley. panthers now just 3 and 6 in the mvc. back home to take on southern illinois. 1st half. bennett koch wakes up the mc-leod center with the hammer --22 for
washpun finds klint carlson -- 2 more with a 2-handed flush -- panthers down 3 -- but not after this -- matt bohannon from the corner -- drops one home -- ties it at 25. uni gets a much needed win, over the salukis drake women, win again. 81-65 over loyola. lizzy wendell 25 points. bulldogs now 7 and 2 in the valley tied for 1st. wrestling from ames. 14th ranked iowa state and central michigan. 165. 9th ranked tanner weatherman 2 nearfall points. weatherman a winner 8-3 to tie the match at 12. 197. freshman marcus harrington, the ankle pick, plus back points! harrington wins 11-10. iowa state wins the dual 24-12 steven michael-eck is not a household hockey name. in fact michaelek made his ahl debut yesterday in goal for the wild.
michaeleck stopped 32 shots, helped iowa win 5-1, but his debut will be remembered more for this. a goalie fight with charlotte goalie dan altshuller. michaelek says its the first fight he's gotten in to. but its 1 game and done for steven, he has been assigned back to quad city. he was rated a+ by the nra. not for his promises, but for defending the second amendment... he's a man of deep faith, who fought time and again for the right to life. he laid out a plan to destroy isis months before paris. he'll strengthen our border and use conservative principles to put washington's broken fiscal house back in order. jeb bush. he's the conservative you can trust,
right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
i really wanted to start with a thank you. and i want you to know how much it has meant to me, as i've traveled across the state... ...to hear about people's hopes and struggles. and i know that because of that, i will be a better president if i am elected. and if you go to the caucus on monday night and stand up for me there... i will work my heart
out... to give you and our country the future that we deserve together.
on this sunday night, the final countdown. neck and neck polls and high stakes less than 24 hours before iowa voters caucus. the
democrats are in a dead heat and the gop front-runners praying for a victory, making church a campaign stop today. tonight it's all about the ground game. turning out supporters and surviving this first lap of the race to the white house. late word that a