Bernie Sanders

In Case You Missed It

Mar 27, 2016
Rene McKenna Gellerman

In case you missed it...

NPR National Political Correspondent, Don Gonyea, spoke at the WVIK Gala on Thursday night in the Gold Room of the Black Hotel in Davenport. 

NPR

"I like to tell you what I learned." That's how Don Gonyea approaches his job as National Political Correspondent for NPR.

And he's Herb Trix's guest this week on Midwest Week. 

You can also hear Midwest Week on WVIK on Fridays at 6:20 pm, during All Things Considered. 

On Midwest Week, the results of this week's Illinois primary - including the so-called "beauty contest" and the contest for convention delegates.

Des Moines Register

This week on Midwest Week - trying to make sense of this week's Iowa caucuses - the various interpretations of who might have won, and why anyone should care about the results.

Herb Trix's guest is Kathie Obradovich, political columnist for the Des Moines Register.You can also hear Midwest Week on WVIK, Fridays at 6:20 pm during All Things Considered. 

Sam Dunklau

Registered Democrats at a Davenport precinct gave Bernie Sanders a 3-2 victory last night. At the Precinct D-42 caucus, held at Williams Intermediate School, 83 supporters lined up for Sanders while 63 lined up for Hillary Clinton.

 But the caucus didn't start that way. A bit of haggling came first. 

For many, such as 18-year-old Duane Sleet, it was their first caucus.   

On the other hand, veteran caucus-goer Alicia Cheek was "firmly" undecided.

Even a busload of high school students from as far away as Northwest Indiana made the trip to observe a caucus.

WVIK Staff

In one democratic caucus Monday night, Bernie Sanders was an easy winner. At Central High School in Davenport, 96 people supported him while 42 chose Hillary Clinton.  

Campaign Stops Before Iowa Caucuses

Jan 27, 2016

Just about every presidential candidate is making their way through the Quad Cities ahead of the Iowa Caucuses on Monday. A large schedule of events in Davenport begins tomorrow, with democrat Bernie Sanders. He'll appear at the Danceland Ballroom at 5:30 pm.

Sanders Stops in QC for Volunteer Event

Jan 23, 2016

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders stopped in the Quad Cities today for a volunteer canvass. Around 150 people attended the campaign stop in Davenport--many were there to volunteer for Sanders, a Democrat.

Lisa Lewis Garman from Davenport helped organize canvass routes today, and has been volunteering since September. Once she decided she supported Sanders, her next step was to donate her time to his campaign.

 

While most volunteers are canvassing door-to-door, Air Force Veteran Nick Tsacudakis, from Davenport, says he's been helping out in other ways.

 

Campaign Stops this Week

Jan 20, 2016
Martin O'Malley

Less than two weeks before the Iowa caucuses, presidential candidates keep adding campaign stops in the state. Wednesday night at 7, Carly Fiorina will speak at the Long Grove Community Center.

Three Presidential Campaign Stops Today

Jan 8, 2016
Bernie Sanders campaign

The list of presidential campaign stops in the Quad Cities this week just keeps growing. Today, Jane Sanders, the wife of Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, will host a lunch event in Davenport.

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