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Sweet Auburn, loveliest village of the plain.
I never graduated from Iowa, but I was only there for two terms - Truman's and Eisenhower's.
I was born in Hawaii, but I was raised in Iowa.
I have to go back home for a while." "Ohio?" "Omaha." "Right. Omaha. Why?
Iowans are feeling the pinch of a big federal government, and elected officials like Bruce Braley keep championing the over reaching bureaucracy. Iowans know what is best for Iowa more than Washington politicians and bureaucrats do.
I'm from Iowa, we don't know what cool is!
In Stockton, Illinois,
New Orleans in an amazing town.
I'm from Iowa Falls, Iowa. My dad was a small-town lawyer, and my mom was a pharmacist. She worked at Swartz Drug. I have five older brothers.
History is full of decapitations, and Iowa is no exception.
I was born in Evanston,
If Iowa is the 'heart' land, what part of the human body is Los Angeles?
We have felt for some time that if political candidates or their staff are willing to make the pilgrimage to North Iowa, the least we can do is show hospitality. And it's also a wonderful way to get to know these people who make our political system work.
Bagby Hot Springs.
Where the wind comes sweepin' down the plain.
Iowa's the worst. Iowa's just nothing, just flat as far as you can see. It's the only state in the country where you can stand on your front porch and actually watch your dog run away for three days.
I will always call Darmstadt, Indiana, home.
Of all states that understands local control of schools, Iowa is such a state.
In Iowa, we were not used to seeing the houses of well-known people on account of there were no well-known people in Iowa.
Contrary to slanderous Eastern opinion, much of Iowa is not flat, but rolling hills country with a lot of timber, a handsome and imaginative landscape, crowded with constant small changes of scene and full of little creeks winding with pools where shiners, crappies and catfish hover.
It's hard to pass up a pole vault opportunity here in Des Moines. The crowd was so great when I was at the mall and I was pumped up and I thought technically I was on and I figured where else to open up my outdoor season than here.
If I am elected president, keep an eye on the tarmac, because I'll be back, because Iowa in 2017 will not be fly-over country. It will be fly-to country.
Charleston, West "by gods" Virginia
We have a long tradition in this state of caring for our neighbors - it is truly an Iowa value.
In a sense, 'Schmidt' is the most Omaha of my films. But have I gotten it right? I'm not sure. Did Fellini get Rome right? Did Ozu get Tokyo right?
God invented Iowa, he always said, so people could leave it and never come back.
Hillary Clinton is trying an entirely different approach with Iowa than the one she tried eight years ago when she lost there. She will not start speeches by saying, 'Hello, Iowa, or Idaho, or whichever one you are.'
Gigantic, willful, young, Chicago sitteth at the northwest gates.
Could just be Chicago. Which can be just as scary as Mab, some days.
I grew up in Montpelier, Indiana. It's a little town in the northeast corner of Indiana. It's a rural community; about two thousand people, a very much hometown U.S.A. kind of thing.
The farm is one field to the east of the railroad track that used to connect New Orleans with Chicago. The track runs beside Highway 45, an old U.S. route that unites Chicago with Mobile, Alabama.
Thriving metropolis. Home to dozens.
I grew up in Danville, Illinois, right in the middle of the state.
Chicago is old stomping grounds for me.
Well what I want them to know is just like, John Wayne was from Waterloo, Iowa. That's the kind of spirit that I have, too.
Florence - the city of tranquillity made manifest ...
Where I grew up, in Des Moines, Iowa, there is hardly any downtown economic activity now. Everybody shops in malls - you don't find a sense of community in malls.
Chicago is a lot of my background as a chef.
I'm not competing in Iowa for a reason.
Bergen, and Oldfield. The
It is true that I was born in Iowa, but I can't speak for my twin sister.
I was born in Chicago and grew up in the suburb of Evanston.
Hollywood is a place where people from Iowa mistake each other for stars.
I'm in Delta Delta Delta, otherwise known as Tri-Delta. I've developed some great friendships, and it's enabled me to have a little bit more of a normal college experience.
He was neither dead nor here, but in Idaho, a state often confused, by bicoastal folks, with Iowa, but that in fact was the anti-Iowa in many respects, a place that Iowans would only go to in order to make some kind of statement.
I think the only real knowledge I had before I went to Iowa was what I learned from 'Food Inc'. But once I got there and developed these extensive relationships with the farmers, I realized that we're basically made of corn.
Paris ain't much of a town.
I'm from the Delbert Home for the Unusual.
here in Haven Point.
hospital in Yuma. We
New Orleans is my essence, my soul, my muse ...
If you ask me why I came to Iowa, I would say that Iowa is beautiful in the way that any place is beautiful: if you treat it as the answer to a question you're asking yourself every day, just by being there.
I've got a reason to believe we all be received in Graceland, Graceland, Memphis Tennessee.
Goldsboro, North Carolina.
New Orleans, city of roaches, city of decay, city of our family, and of happy, happy people.
Thirty or forty years ago, in one those grey towns along the Burlington railroad which are so much greyer to-day than they were then, there was a house well know from Omaha to Denver for its hospitality and for a certain charm of atmosphere.
Hey. Please. This is not the Midwest. All right? Michigan is the Midwest, God knows why. This is the Plains: a state of mind, right, some spiritual affliction, like the Blues.
I was born in Paris and raised in the suburbs and then lived in the countryside.
Thunder Point, Oregon, because
New Orleans: The least annoying French place on Earth.
Looks like Madison Estates isn't going to get built; my husband and I bought property there, but someone called this week to say they're refunding us our deposit because they didn't presell enough houses to finance the project. Another paper town for KS!- Marge in Cawker, KS
I still think of myself as from Illinois.
You are brilliant and subtle if you come from Iowa and really strange and you live as you live and you are always very well taken care of if you come from Iowa.
New Orleans. Born and raised. I lived there until I was 19.
I hate Illinois Nazis.
Lake Wobegon, the little town that time forgot and the decades cannot improve.
St. Louis sprawls where mighty rivers meet - as broad as Philadelphia, but three stories high instead of two, with wider streets and dirtier atmosphere, over the dull-brown of wide, calm rivers. The city overflows into the valleys of Illinois and lies there, writhing under its grimy cloud.
We'd been living in the Arkansas Ozarks, then the Missouri Ozarks, because it is so inexpensive and does have natural wonders, but we shuffled things and moved to San Francisco, the corner of Dashiell Hammett and Pine.
I was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma.
I love being in Chicago.
town. In the back of his
God had a plan for everything. I never knew I'd come to Iowa, but now I love Iowa. Everything is so great about it - the people, the environment, education. I'm so proud to say I'm an Iowan. I'm living the dream.
Our family was very fond of the University of Iowa. We thought it was a good place to go.
I went to school in Hooks, Texas, where most people can't even read the name stitched over their own pocket.
L.A. - talk about a cruel city: Patients are forcibly removed from hospitals.
When you've got worries, all the noise and the hurry seems to help, I know. Downtown.
I'm from Chicago. I think can handle the Valley.
I grew up in the suburbs of Detroit.
I want to caucus in Iowa. I'll caucus all over the state. I don't caucus in California. You don't caucus where you live. It doesn't look good.
I adore Chicago. It is the pulse of America.
What a unique opportunity to be in town. I love townies. I value it, so to speak.
Lucas was starting to feel like a yo-yo, and Iowa City was the finger.
Quality, affordable housing is a key element of a strong and secure Iowa.
I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago.
I was born in Champaign in 1918. From the neighborhood elementary and intermediate schools, I went to the University High School in the twin city, Urbana.
East St. Louis-which the local press refers to as "an inner city without an outer city"-has some of the sickest children in America. Of 66 cities in Illinois, East St. Louis ranks first in fetal death, first in premature birth, and third in infant health.
Macon, wet from the raindrops for the first time.
any city or town in the Upper Midwest that's known more for what it used to make than what it makes now.
I have a lot of memories of Falls Church. I went to grade school in Madison Elementary School.
I started with California, and I did not like it. I flew over to Seattle, and I did not like it much. I felt like Iowa is the place - I like the people and the environment.
Eugene, Eugene, Eugene, this is a bad business!
Arden Shore Camp in Lake Bluff, Illinois, a camp for poor children and those at risk for delinquency.
Norman, Okla. That's where my folks live, so it's home to me.
Sugartown Sugartown Sugartown Sugartown.
Seattle, I get a call from Ben.
One of the first things I bought when I made 'Roseanne Show' money was a farm in Iowa.