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A confident Mitt Romney on Monday predicted victory in the Iowa caucuses, and told his supporters that they were key in capturing the first presidential voting place in the nation that was taking place in a little over 24 hours. "I need you tomorrow...
On a day of reckoning for his presidential campaign, Newt Gingrich was sharply challenged by a conservative Nashville radio host over his 2008 appearance on a love seat with Nancy Pelosi in a TV ad advocating U.S. action on climate change. It wasn't...
On the bright side, Jon Huntsman Jr., the candidate whose poll numbers languished in the low single digits for most of the campaign, hit the high teens when real people finally got to vote in New Hampshire on Tuesday. On the dimmer side, that was only...
Tags: Jon Huntsman, Jr., Elections, Politics, Mitt Romney
The most influential Iowa newspaper endorsed Mitt Romney for the GOP presidential nomination, saying the former Massachusetts governor offered "sobriety, wisdom and judgment." The Des Moines Register's editorial board, which endorsed Romney's arch...
Newt Gingrich has surged to the lead in Iowa, according to a new survey released by the Des Moines Register on Saturday night. The former House speaker has the support of 25% of likely Republican caucusgoers in the survey, up from just 7% in the previous...
Newt Gingrich's lead in state and national polls appears to be evaporating. And holding steady, as he seemingly has throughout the Republican presidential race, is Mitt Romney. Some have argued that the former Massachusetts governor's inability to...
Tags: Republican Party, Paul Ryan, Elections, Politics, Newt Gingrich
Stridently denying allegations of an extramarital affair, Herman Cain returned to New Hampshire on Wednesday night telling supporters he was a victim of character assassination and would make a decision about whether to stay in the race within a few...
In the final debate before voting starts in the 2012 presidential contest, front-running Newt Gingrich battled renewed criticism Thursday night from rivals over his activities outside of government, including taking $1.6 million from mortgage giant...
Ron Paul did it again. The libertarian-minded Republican separated himself from the pack of candidates at tonight's debate by urging restraint in response to a possible Iranian nuclear threat, saying the U.S. can ill afford a repeat of its now-concluded...
A hue and cry is growing across the land ... for an end to the Republican presidential debates. The field of GOP hopefuls, in its various permutations, has participated in 20 candidate forums, starting in May 2011 and continuing, for a time, at a pace...
Texas Rep. Ron Paul slammed Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney on Sunday, saying they were inconsistent politicians who represent the status quo. “They come from the same mold,” he said on “Meet the Press.” “They’re about...
Tags: Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, Freddie Mac
Newt Gingrich, who loves a good historical allusion, is struggling with his better angels. Over the last week, the GOP presidential candidate has vowed to wage a "relentlessly positive campaign," and has sworn to disavow any outside groups that go...
Tags: Polls, Government, Voting, Mitt Romney, Republican Party
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