Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Colorado poll

  • A new poll today shows Rick Santorum poised for a big day in todays GOP presidential contests in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri.
  • (USA Today)
  • WASHINGTON -- On Tuesday, Republicans will attend precinct caucuses in Minnesota and Colorado and vote in a non-binding primary in Missouri.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Hot on the heels of Mitt Romney's big win in Nevada come two more caucuses and another primary on Tuesday, in which no delegates will get directly assigned to any candidate.
  • (Hotair.com)
  • Independents, the dominant political force in Colorado and other swing states, have been warming to Obama in recent weeks while souring on the Republican Partys top potential challengers, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich, polls show.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • Colorado's precinct caucuses will not result in any candidate winning delegates. Delegates will not be chosen until April. . .
  • (Examiner)
  • Former Massachusetts governor Romney appears poised to win Colorado caucuses Tuesday. But polls in Minnesota suggest any one of four candidates could take first place, with former senator Rick Santorum in the lead.
  • (Voice of America)
  • The front-runner so far, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, appears poised in Colorado for a repeat of his solid victory in nearby Nevada.
  • (Sophia Echo)
  • But nevertheless it looks like Santorum has a decent chance at wins in Minnesota and Missouri, and a second place finish in Colorado. 72 hours from now he may have supplanted Gingrich as the top alternative to Romney.
  • (Washington Times)
  • There are three GOP nomination contests today. Voters will gather for caucuses in Minnesota and Colorado, and head to the polls for a primary in Missouri. Networks could project winners in Minnesota and Missouri as early as 8 p.m. EST and 9 p.m. EST in Colorado.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Most Arizonans believe the state can protect water, air and other natural resources without hurting the economy and oppose efforts to weaken protections, according to a poll released Monday by Colorado College for its State of the Rockies report.
  • (AZCentral.com)

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