Newt Gingrich came into the Florida Primary race with plenty of momentum after easily defeating Mitt Romney in South Carolina. But Gingrich has stumbled badly and it is projected by several news organizations that he will lose Florida’s primary.
Republicans Ron Paul and Rick Santorum ignored Florida’s primary and campaigned out the west Tuesday, turning their attention to delegate-rich caucus states and vowing to remain in the presidential contest.
The polls are closed and tabulations for the Republican presidential primary have begun in most of the Sunshine State.
Should Miami-Dade Commissioners be full-time employees of the county? That’s just one of two charter amendment questions which all voters in the county can cast their ballots on in Tuesday’s election.
After more than a week of campaigning both in person and through attack ads on television, Mitt Romney is poised Tuesday to take a commanding lead in the race for the Republican nomination to face President Barack Obama in November’s general election.
If you think Tuesday’s is all about Republicans across the state heading to the polls to cast their votes in the Florida primary, think again.
As it looks like Mitt Romney may walk away from Florida with a clear victory in the GOP primary, former candidate Herman Cain says he would be comfortable supporting Romney if he’s the one who wins the Republican presidential nomination, even though Saturday, he endorsed Newt Gingrich.
With voters headed to the polls in the Florida GOP Primary, apparent front runner Mitt Romney spoke with reporters Tuesday morning outside of his Tampa headquarter, after a brief visit with volunteers.
After roughly a week of hard campaigning, election day has finally arrived in the Sunshine State.
MIAMI (CBS4) – CBS4’s Antonio Mora sat down with CBS News anchor Scott Pelley to talk about the Florida primary and what we may see down the road in Campaign 2012. Click Here to watch […]