Iowa conservative talk show host Steve Deace’s next move uncertain

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Former WHO Radio broadcaster and host of "Deace in the Afternoon"

Steve Deace, a popular and opinionated talk show host, resigned his position with News Radio WHO-AM in Des Moines in January.  His controversial and politically charged program, “Deace in the Afternoon,” ended last Friday.

Deace’s departure is raising speculations about his future.  No clear answers were offered on what that future might hold, Deace only said it was time for him to pursue other opportunities and the decision to leave was of his own accord.

But Deace also said he hopes to have a book published later this year and has been approached about pursuing politics, including a possible role in the 2012 Iowa caucuses.  Or he might be interested in reentering broadcasting at a later date.

As a Republican and Evangelical conservative political operative, Deace could be extremely helpful to a Republican candidate seeking a victory in the first-in-the-nation presidential contest. Deace was a force in the state GOP elections last November and has built a considerable following through his radio program. 

Deace, 37, resides in West Des Moines with his wife, Amy, and their three children.

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