The pace at which the Republican presidential race is going, it’s surely going take a toll on the various candidates. Lack of sleep being one. Case in point, Newt Gingrich, who dozed off in front of the camera during the live streaming at the AIPAC conference.
So today on the Rise and Shine Show I talked about a weekend poll from USA Today/Gallup that polled folks in 12 states on who they would go for in a given match up; Obama v. Romney, Gingrich, Paul or Santorum. If the election were held right now,
With the all-important Florida primary looming, many state polls show Newt Gingrich has closed the gap between himself and the presumed frontrunner Mitt Romney — and that’s making many within the Republican party exceedingly nervous.
The Republican race for the presidency took a surprising turn Saturday as Newt Gingrich won the South Carolina Primary giving his candidacy new life. Gingrich's SC win comes only 10 days after finishing fourth in New Hampshire.
If you’re a political junkie, there was lots of news about the GOP nomination race to keep you busy on Thursday — but the story that grabbed most of the headlines involved salacious allegations made by one of Newt Gingrich’s ex-wives.
Gov. Rick Perry will not be participating in the debate in South Carolina on Thursday evening. He, instead, is set to announce the end of his presidential campaign. This decision will come only two days before the South Carolina Primary.
Close barley defines it. Eight votes is all that separated Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in Tuesday's Iowa Caucus. It was a photo finish that just may go down in the history books as the closest presidential contest ever. In a close third place position is the man many thought could take Iowa, Texas congressman Ron Paul. With all precincts counted, the final tally looks like this:
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