Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is set to officially end his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination May 1, according to CNN.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich said he will stay in the presidential contest for the rest of the week, but is going to reassess his campaign chances and could drop out at any time.
Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is well on his way to winning the GOP nomination, but he can’t seem to get out of his own way in making gaffes that are custom-made for campaign ads for Democrats.
President Barack Obama’s speech at the University of Miami Thursday serves as only part of the reason he’s coming to South Florida. The other part is to continue trying to raise as much money as possible for his re-election campaign.
Overlooked in Florida, Rick Santorum has come storming back in the battle for the Republican presidential nomination. But whoever the candidate the GOP picks may not stand a chance against President Barack Obama.
Rick Santorum’s campaign was left for dead after losing in Florida, but the rumors of his demise were premature at best. Tuesday, Santorum swept Mitt Romney in Missouri, Minnesota and Colorado.
After largely being forgotten in the Florida presidential primary and Nevada caucus; Rick Santorum could have a big day Tuesday as he leads in two of three states hitting the polls.
President Barack Obama’s job approval rating has hit 50 percent for the first time in nearly eight months in a new Washington Post poll that could spell trouble for Republicans in the 2012 elections.
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.
After having a commanding lead all week, Mitt Romney routed Newt Gingrich in the Florida primary Tuesday night, taking a major step toward the Republican presidential nomination.