Thursday, February 16, 2012

Super tuesday

  • Super Tuesday comes just one week after the battle royal between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in Michigan on Feb. 28, and while all eyes in the media are fixed on the Wolverine State, the two campaigns are looking beyond it.
  • (RealClearPolitics)
  • This story comes from the Yahoo! Contributor Network, where individuals publish their unique perspectives on some of the world's most popular websites. Heres some practical and historical information on this upcoming contest.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • The March 1 debate in Georgia is crumbling. CNN, confirming that Romney and Paul won't participate, now says that it will pull out of the debate.
  • (Washington Post)
  • CNN has canceled the GOP primary debate slated for March 1, as Mitt Romney and Ron Paul opted not to participate. "Without full participation of all four candidates, CNN will not move forward with the Super Tuesday debate.
  • (Mediabistro.com)
  • Just three weeks earlier, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich was sailing high. He won the South Carolina primary and seemed headed for Florida with the wind at his back.
  • (NewsMax.com)
  • FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – Mitt Romney is planning to skip the final debate before Super Tuesday, opting out of a face-off with his Republican primary opponents on March 1 in Georgia.
  • (Boston Globe)
  • The super PAC is buying $663,500 of ad time in the state running from Thursday evening through next Tuesday, according to the group.
  • (CNN)
  • Both Mitt Romney and Ron Paul told CNN they dont want to participate in its Super Tuesday debate, prompting CNN to cancel the event altogether.
  • (Daily Beast)
  • Super Tuesday comes just one week after the battle royal between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in Michigan on Feb. 28, and while all eyes in the media are fixed on the Wolverine State, the two campaigns are looking beyond it.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • has reserved $1.2 million in ads in eight states ahead of Super Tuesday, including Oklahoma, according to the media firm tracking these ads. In one spot, the group labels Mr.
  • (Wall Street Journal)

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