Sunday, February 12, 2012

Gop primary

  • DES MOINES, Iowa -- From the start, its been a roller-coaster race for the Republican presidential nomination.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Paul Ryan - would make quick work of President Obama. Flash forward to 2012. Their wish never materialized.
  • (Philadelphia Daily News)
  • WASHINGTON At last years Conservative Political Action Conference, activists were chasing the idea that some dreamboat Republican they could fall for - Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, perhaps, or maybe New Jersey Gov.
  • (Tri-City Herald)
  • DES MOINES, Iowa - From the start, its been a roller-coaster race for the Republican presidential nomination. GOP primary voters can catch their collective breath for the next two weeks.
  • (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
  • This year is going to have the highest independent turnout in modern political history, Erickson said. The GOP primary contest shows no sign of wrapping up soon.
  • (Chicago Tribune)
  • One of the arguments in defense of the extended 2012 GOP primary is that it will strengthen the eventual nominee for the general election, much as the 2008 primary did for Obama.
  • (The Moderate Voice)
  • Patricia Inez Sandifer of Lafayette filed Wednesday to run for president of the United States, but its not likely that shell appear on the ballot. She submitted a petition to the Tippecanoe County Election Board with one signature -- hers.
  • (Lafayette Journal and Courier)
  • Consider for a moment what this winter season of Republican presidential candidates lambasting each other while they traversed the countryside of early primary states might have been had California been involved.
  • (LATE GOP PRIMARY HURTING CALIFORNIA - Ukiah Daily Journal)
  • HARTFORD -- The four strongest Republican candidates for president will be on the April 24 state primary ballot. One hopeful, former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer, who was crushed in the New Hampshire primary, missed the deadline Friday by about 40 minutes.
  • (Ct Post)
  • SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Looking to climb back into statewide offices they havent controlled for nearly two decades, Oregon Republicans are opening their primary election for statewide offices to voters unaffiliated with any political party.
  • (Katu.com)

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