AMES, Iowa — A new Iowa State University/Gazette/KCRG poll of 333 likely Iowa Republican caucus goers finds Ron Paul in the top spot among GOP presidential candidates with 27.5 percent, followed closely by Newt Gingrich with 25.3 percent. Paul's lead over Gingrich is within the poll's margin of error at plus or minus 5 percentage […]
With a few notable exceptions, young Iowa voters who participated in two focus groups two weeks ago said the excitement they felt heading into the 2008 caucuses is absent this year.
LADY LAKE, Fla. -Support Popular Vote has announced a national TV buy aimed at drawing attention to the fact that, once primary season is over, 225 million Americans are relegated to mere spectators in the presidential election process. The first ad in support of the National Popular Vote Bill will air during the Presidential Republican […]
STANFORD, Calif. – As Americans tune in to the debate preceding the next election, some will hear hypothetical questions about candidates. You might get a phone call, for example, asking how likely you would be to vote for so-and-so if she'd hired an illegal immigrant, or if such-and-such a candidate opposed gay marriage.
NEW YORK-It's just a few weeks until the Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire primary and the Republican nomination fight is, once again, going through some changes. But, one thing that has remained constant through the past few months is that Mitt Romney has been at or near the top. One reason, however, the former Governor […]
WASHINGTON D.C.-In an interview with Focus Washington's Chuck Conconi, Bob Cusack, managing editor of Congressional newspaper, "The Hill," discusses the current bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
Newt Gingrich's political director in Iowa, Craig Bergman, resigned yesterday over comments that he made to a focus group calling Mormonism, Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's religion, a cult. He pointed out that the fact that Romney is a mormon would hurt him in the election against President Obama. The comment was made on TheIowaRepublican.com.
The verbal warfare between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich continued today as each took shots at the other in different venues.
The attack on the campaign of Newt Gingrich is continuing today as supporters of Mitt Romney are coming out publicly about their opinions on his ability to lead.