Sunday, February 5, 2012

Newt gingrich results

  • LAS VEGAS -- Newt Gingrichs increasingly quixotic quest for the Republican presidential nomination will go on, even after he received a drubbing in Saturday nights Nevada caucuses.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • LAS VEGAS - Newt Gingrich vows to fight for the Republican presidential Santorum asked a crowd in Montrose, Colo., before the results were announced. "America is not looking for well-oiled weather vanes. They are looking for leaders.
  • (Boston Globe)
  • ATLANTA -- Former Georgia Congressman Newt Gingrich remains strong in the Peach State SurveyUSA interviewed 1,340 adults in Georgia on February 1 and 2, after the results of the January 31 Florida primary were known.
  • (WXIA 11 Alive)
  • (NewsCore) - Mitt Romney is more presidential, sincere and authentic than Newt Gingrich, according to the results of a national USA Today/Gallup poll of registered voters out Monday.
  • (MyFox Chicago)
  • Rick Santorum said Tuesday that Florida's primary results show Newt Gingrich blew his opportunity to challenge Mitt Romney for the Republican presidential nomination and presented himself as the anti-Romney alternative.
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  • Newt Gingrich is settling in to watch election results from Orlandos Rosen Center Hotel. The former Speaker of the House had another long day of campaign stops, trying to snap up last-minute voters.
  • (Bay News 9)
  • (CNN) -- A new national poll indicates Mitt Romney has retaken his lead over rival Newt Gingrich after having once lost it in the days following Gingrichs South Carolina primary victory.
  • (WIBW)
  • WASHINGTON - Mitt Romney was poised to score his third major victory in the Republican presidential race in Nevada on Saturday as rumours swirled that his chief rival for the prize, Newt Gingrich after the caucus results are known.
  • (Winnipeg Free Press)
  • Newt Gingrich, the former House speaker Campaigning in Minnesota, the Texas Republican signaled that the results were unlikely to change their strategy in a race that seemed to have become a two-man contest between Mr. Romney and Mr. Gingrich.
  • (The State Column)

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