Sunday, February 5, 2012

Nevada republican

  • Las Vegas (CNN)-- Declaring victory in Nevadas Republican presidential caucuses on Saturday, Mitt Romney again turned away from his GOP rivals and toward President Barack Obama.
  • (CNN)
  • Nevada Republican caucus-goers are primarily concerned with defeating President Obama in November, according to early CBS News entrance polling.
  • (CBS News)
  • LAS VEGAS — One of the first indications of how Nevadas Republican caucuses would turn out came Saturday morning, when 45 voters congregated in a classroom at a southwest Las Vegas high school.
  • (Denver Post)
  • Mitt Romney won Nevadas Republican caucuses on Saturday night, grabbing the largest chunk of the states 28 delegates in the race for the Republican presidential nomination and racking up his second consecutive victory, after winning Florida in the same week.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • The results of the survey, conducted among 937 likely Republican Nevada caucus voters, showed Romney taking 50 percent to Gingrichs 25 percent. Texas Rep. Ron Paul placed third with 15 percent and former Pennsylvania Rep.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • MONTROSE, Colo. - Republican Rick Santorum said Saturday he wants to endanger rival Newt Gingrich while presidential rival Ron Paul claimed the American people are waking up, both campaigning outside Nevada as that state began its GOP caucuses.
  • (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
  • As the Republican candidates leave Nevada, one topic seems to have escaped their attention entirely: a credible economic cure for what ails the states where theyre waging their campaigns for president.
  • (Huffington Post)

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