Hundreds of University of Iowa students, who could play a crucial role in the Nov. 6 election between President Obama and Mitt Romney, packed into the Bijou Cinema on the UI campus to watch the Oct. 16 debate.
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University of Iowa political science professor Tim Hagle says that Mitt Romney is under more pressure and needs to prove himself in the first presidential debate at the University of Denver in Colorado.
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President Barack Obama remains a significant favorite on the Iowa Electronic Markets over Mitt Romney, and political observers think that today’s first debate between the two is a good chance for Romney to give some momentum to his campaign. Story
University of Iowa political science professor Tim Hagle comments on how Iowans feel about Mitt Romney in a story on the role Iowa has played in launching and now potentially sinking President Barack Obama.
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With Rick Santorum suspending his campaign Tuesday, Mitt Romney is now the all but official Republican nominee, an outcome the Iowa Electronic Markets saw as the most probable since Sept. 11, 2011. Story