Saturday, February 11, 2012

Maine caucuses

  • Maines Republican presidential caucuses look like a two-man race between Mitt Romney, the partys current front-runner, and libertarian Ron Paul in a contest that has taken on new importance for Romney after his losses in three states this week.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • SANFORD, Maine - Mitt Romney hoped to avoid a fourth straight election setback Saturday in the GOP presidential nomination race, but feisty Ron Paul could extend that losing streak with a victory in Maines caucuses.
  • (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
  • This story comes from the Yahoo! Contributor Network, where individuals publish their unique perspectives on some of the world's most popular websites. The Maine caucuses are traditionally held on many dates ranging from January to March.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • The final day of the Conservative Political Action Conference will feature the results of the CPAC straw poll as well as the conclusion of the week long Maine Republican caucuses.
  • (The State Column)
  • Anchors Wolf Blitzer,  John King and Candy Crowley will headline the network's America's Choice 2012: Maine Caucuses coverage beginning at 6 p.m.
  • (CNN)
  • Ron Paul (R) might have his first victory soon: Maine. Like Paul himself, the primary process in Maine goes against the grain. Most caucuses last a day. In Maine, they last a week. Under state law, there is a two-and-a-half month window in which voters can caucus.
  • (Washington Post)
  • The next big splash in the Republican presidential season will come on March 6, called "Super Tuesday," when more GOP convention delegates will be selected than on any other single day.
  • (VillageSoup Belfast)
  • PORTLAND, Maine — Maine's presidential caucuses come at a critical time for Mitt Romney, the one-time Republican front-runner.
  • (Boston Herald)
  • Maines Republican presidential caucuses look like a two-man race between Mitt Romney, the partys current front-runner, and Ron Paul in a small-state contest that has taken on new importance for Romney after his losses in three states last Tuesday.
  • (International Business Times)
  • In the midst of a primary season where every state is trying to outdo the rest, Maine is content to do caucuses its own way.
  • (NPR News)

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