Huckabee Brings His Message To Le Mars


(Le Mars) — Republican presidential candidate and former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee made a visit to Le Mars this morning.  Huckabee was greeted by nearly 20 people.  Huckabee won the Iowa caucus in 2008, but is trailing behind several other candidates for this presidential race.  However, Huckabee remains confident and believes his past supporters will show up for the caucus.

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Huckabee says energy, and specifically ethanol and other biofuels, should play an important role for Iowa voters in selecting the next president. Without naming names, the former Arkansas governor took jabs at front runners Donald Trump and Texas Senator Ted Cruz, who are thought to be opposed to renewable biofuels.

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Huckabee the people that visited with him in Le Mars are concerned about jobs and Social Security, but they want to have morals placed back into our daily lives.

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Huckabee says he favors increasing the military, and reducing the national debt, while fighting terrorists groups like ISIS and other Islamic radical terrorists organizations. He says the United States needs to fight both at the same time.

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The former Arkansas governor explains his campaign strategy between now and February 1st, the Iowa caucus date.

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