COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP) — A swaggering Rick Perry parachuted into Iowa last summer at the top of the GOP presidential field with a job-creation message, an off-thecuff speaking style and a fledgling campaign organization. He quickly nosedived.
Lately, a more humble Texas governor has been trying to claw his way back into contention with a much different approach.
Not an online subscriber yet? Sign Up HerePurchase this online single issue Purchase NowNote:
You must have cookies enabled to use subscription serviceMember Functions:Forgot your password?