Busy day

Thanks to all of our visitors yesterday.  To the best of my knowledge it was one of Bleeding Heartland’s busiest days ever as we gathered over 2,000 visits and over 3,300 page views.

Now that the caucuses over, it doesn’t mean we’re finished here with insightful content.  We’ll be shifting back to covering Iowa politics, still with an eye on the presidential race.  Iowa is bound to be a swing-state again this fall (but with the turnout numbers from the caucuses in tow, I think Democrats will pull out the win).

We’ve got a lot of coverage that will likely cover the new legislative session as well as Sen. Tom Harkin’s re-election race, and all of the drama and intrigue surrounding Iowa’s House races.  One race we’ll likely be keeping a close eye on is the  emerging IA-03 primary race between incumbent Democrat Leonard Boswell and former state representative and gubernatorial candidate Ed Fallon.

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  • I suspect...

    … Fallon is going to give Leonard a run for his money, but Leonard plays hardball and will define him however he wants to with negative ads.

    • I'm with Fallon all the way

      but it’s a win-win situation for us, in my view. Already Boswell’s voting behavior has improved because he is scared of Fallon. I suspect it will further improve in the coming months.

      • We agree on Fallon

        I’ll be sure to support him any way I can. – Or, maybe I should opt for Boswell so we can keep arguing? 🙂

  • I suspect...

    … Fallon is going to give Leonard a run for his money, but Leonard plays hardball and will define him however he wants to with negative ads.

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