Clay Masters

River to River
1:30 pm
Mon October 15, 2012

UI Law School Case, Child Living Conditions In Iowa, And A Political Roundup

Senator Chuck Grassley talks with host Ben Kieffer as he reflects on the death of former Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter. Then Walter Olson, a fellow at the Cato Institute's Center for Constitutional studies, shares the importance of a current legal case where a University of Iowa law school graduate claims the school didn't hire her because of her conservative political views. Then, Des Moines Register's Senior News Director, Carol Hunter, discusses the launch of a new series examining the living conditions of Iowa’s children, and a political update by IPR’s Clay Masters.

Politics
11:42 pm
Thu October 11, 2012

Fact Check Friday: Romney On the Farm

Romney supporters gathered at a farm near Van Meter, Iowa on Tuesday to hear the GOP Presidential candidate.
Clay Masters IPR

With the presidential election campaign wrapping up in less than a month, Iowa continues to get lots of attention. IPR's Morning Edition Host Sarah McCammon talks with IPR Correspondent Clay Masters about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's  visit to Van Meter, Iowa on Tuesday. 

River to River
1:13 pm
Wed September 12, 2012

Politics Day: Iowa Congressional Races

In Iowa there are four congressional districts, which is down from five in the last election.

The November elections feature only four congressional districts in Iowa instead of five… and the districts’ new boundaries offer new challenges for incumbents.


Host Ben Kieffer talks with several political experts about Iowa’s congressional districts including the match-ups, the issues, the polls, and the prospects.

River to River
1:16 pm
Wed August 29, 2012

Politics Day: GOP Convention

The next two weeks are a political junkie’s delight with back-to-back party conventions. Host Ben Kieffer talks with the experts to recap happenings in Tampa, look ahead to North Carolina, and talk about President Obama’s return trip to Iowa this week.