Republican vice presidential nominee Dick Cheney (chay’-nee) attendedfootball games in Waterloo and Ames this weekend, stumping for votes in Iowafor the second time in two weeks. Cheney says Iowa is a crucial state withits close race. Cheney spoke with Radio Iowa as he climbed the west stepsleading up to Jack Trice Stadium in Ames. Cheney, who headed a Texas oilcompany, assures Iowans he supports the federal tax break for corn-basedethanol fuel. Cheney was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, but insisted he was notcheering for the Big Red during his visit to the Iowa State/Nebraska gameSaturday. Cheney attended the Waterloo East versus Waterloo West game onFriday night, then met with area veterans on Saturday morning.
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