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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Mark Jacobs
Campaign finance reports show Republican Senate candidate Mark Jacobs has recently put $1.5 million of his own money into the race, nearly doubling his investment.
The five Republicans seeking Iowa's U.S. Senate nomination seemed to agree more than disagree Thursday in their final formal debate before the June 3 primary.
Rep. Bruce Braley, a Democratic candidate of the U.S. Senate, woke up Wednesday to some tough headlines in local newspapers after a video was unearthed in which he warned that if the GOP takes control of the Senate, then Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley, "a farmer" who "never who "never went to law school," would takeover the Senate Judiciary Committee.
As the 2014 election cycle begins to take shape, the candidates jockeying for position in the crowded GOP Senate primary are all trying to break away from the pack as the best option to take on Democrat Bruce Braley in the fall.
Mark Jacobs and Lorin Rainer arrived to work the NASCAR race at Kentucky Speedway more energized than usual.
The grandson of the founder of a hot dog diner in Ohio made famous on TV's "M.A.S.H." was charged Wednesday with stealing more than $100,000 from the family business.
The lawyer for a San Francisco woman charged with breaking into the hotel room of "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek says his client is a prostitute, not a thief.
she repeatedly said during the debate that she agreed with her rivals, including Jacobs.
Retired business executive Mark Jacobs, of West Des Moines, said he would oppose scrapping the federal income tax and the IRS, unlike state Sen. Joni Ernst, of Red Oak, Sioux City college professor Sam Clovis and former U.S. Attorney Matt Whitaker, of Clive.