Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Republican presidential race

  • ORLANDO, Fla. -- The race for the GOP presidential nomination probably is far from over. Front-runner Mitt Romneys rivals – chief among them Newt Gingrich – are refusing to bow out despite his resounding Florida victory.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • This presidential election will be one of the most race-soaked in recent history. I don't know why this is. Perhaps because Sen. John McCain, the Republican contender in 2008, generally and admirably refused to race-bait.
  • (Miami Herald)
  • Businessman and reality TV personality Donald Trump will endorse former House Speaker Newt Gingrich in the race for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, U.S. media reported on Wednesday.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • U.S. presidential contender Mitt Romney is marching forward with his reclaimed front-runner status into a series of smaller nominating contests starting later this week in Nevada.
  • (Digital Chosunilbo)
  • The former Pennsylvania senator compared himself to Ronald Reagan battling his image as a conservative radical in the 1980 presidential race but going on to win the Republican nomination and unseating the Democratic incumbent.
  • (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Why is Rick Perry out of the race for the Republican nomination for President of the United States? Because the man and his Campaign messed up. Bad.
  • (RedState)
  • WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican presidential hopefuls face off in Nevada on Saturday, the next nominating contest in the race to challenge President Barack Obama in November. Here is a look at key dates in the race. Some are subject to change.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Michigan Republican Gov. Rick Snyder signaled he may throw his weight behind one of the Republican presidential candidates before the state's primary later this month. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday, Gov.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • Wall Street dollars now favor Republican candidates over the president by more than a 5 to 1 margin, with the majority going to Mitt Romney, whose ties to the financial sector date back to his time at private equity powerhouse Bain Capital.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • The closer we get to the presidential election in the election yet and they would begin to catch up in the Super PAC fundraising race once they were.
  • (Reuters)

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