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Chuck Grassley - Political Campaigns - 2010
... Grassley sought a sixth term in the 2010 election ... Krause, a former state legislator, Army veteran and transportation official, said that Grassley's more than half-century in public office was too long ... Grassley must recognize that 51 years, or 58 years at the end of his term, is a long time to go without rotating crops," Krause told about 50 supporters in Des Moines ...
Kenneth Copeland - Senate Investigation
... On November 6, 2007, United States Senator Chuck Grassley, Republican of Iowa, announced an investigation of Copeland's ministry by the United States Senate Committee on Finance ... The Associated Press reported that Grassley said the investigation was a response to complaints from the public and news media ... Grassley stated, "The allegations involve governing boards that aren't independent and allow generous salaries and housing allowances and amenities such as private jets and Rolls Royces." IRS ...
United States Senate Election In Iowa, 2010 - General Election - Campaign
... Incumbent Chuck Grassley started the campaign moderately popular, but his approval ratings dropped somewhat during the campaign ... Safe Republican" by many sources, with CQ Politics noting that Grassley is "one of Iowa's most durable politicians." Before the election, former political advisor John ... Grassley won all of his four re-election bids with nearly 70% of the vote against unknown opponents ...
National Religious Broadcasters - Criticism
... In 2007, Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA) initiated an investigation into six Christian broadcast ministries, which the news media labeled the “Grassley Six.” While none of these ... Grassley’s investigation, the NRB did express the commitment of its members to sound financial stewardship and agreed with Sen ... Grassley’s recommendation that the “Grassley Six” should join the ECFA ...
United States Senate Election In Iowa, 2010 - Democratic Primary - Campaign
... Krause drew attention for implying that Grassley had been in office too long, remarking to supporters in Des Moines "As a good farmer, Sen ... Grassley must recognize that 51 years, or 58 years at the end of his term, is a long time to go without rotating crops." Both Krause and former State Senator Tom ... Krause said, "Please remember that Farmer Grassley was one that opened the barn door and let the cow out at AIG," while Fiegen, a bankruptcy lawyer, has made reducing ...