Saturday, February 25, 2012

Republican governors 2012 race

  • WASHINGTON -- Democratic governors are bullish on President Barack Obamas re-election prospects, citing the improving economy and a Republican nominating contest that has exposed deep divisions in the partys base.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Indiana's Republican Governor Mitch Daniels, who decided against running for president, said today in an interview that he has no interest in getting into the race should the nominating fight drag on.
  • (Businessweek)
  • Two Midwestern Republican governors said in their states at this point. Michigan Governor Rick Snyder predicted Romney, whom he endorsed, would win his state's primary Feb. 28 in a "close" race.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • ATLANTA (Reuters) - Only a month ago, Newt Gingrich was atop the Republican presidential to stay ahead of Santorum in a tight race in Michigan, where he was born and his father served as governor.
  • (Reuters)
  • They are running for second place in the Republican primary for United States Senate. Each assumes that David Dewhurst, the state's lieutenant governor, will finish first.
  • (New York Times)
  • 25 (Bloomberg) -- Two Midwestern Republican governors Michigan Governor Rick Snyder predicted Romney, whom he endorsed, would win his state's primary Feb. 28 in a "close" race.
  • (Businessweek)
  • New Jersey Governor Chris Christie bluntly told me that senior Republicans are still trying to recruit him for the 2012 race.  But his answer remains No.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • who gave the high-profile 2012 Republican response to the State of the Union, decided last year he wouldnt seek the nomination, but he remains a leading figure for those focused on deficit and budget issues. 1.
  • (AZCentral.com)
  • Mitch Daniels aint budging. Asked by a reporter if a loss for Mitt Romney in Tuesdays Michigan primary would prompt him to reconsider his decision not to enter the Republican race, the Indiana governor offered a flat no.
  • (MSNBC Firstread)

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