GOP Presidential Primary
Florida’s upcoming primary has the state in the national electoral spotlight once again and the spotlight is fixed tightly on South Florida’s Hispanic population, and while it’s just a sliver of the GOP electorate, it’s a powerful sliver.
In the final days of campaigning before Tuesday’s pivotal Florida primary, Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is calling rival Mitt Romney a “pro-abortion, pro-gun control, pro-tax increase liberal.”
There was a surprise announcement on the campaign trail in South Florida Saturday night when former presidential candidate Herman Cain officially endorsed Newt Gingrich for President.
A family emergency forced former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum to cancel his planned South Florida stop Sunday morning.
Republican presidential rivals Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney are heading back to South Florida Friday to resume campaigning, one day after a feisty, final debate before Florida’s GOP primary.
Buoyed by rising poll numbers and his impressive South Carolina showing, Newt Gingrich continued his push towards winning the Sunshine State during several Tuesday events.
After a third place finish in the South Carolina primary, former Senator Rick Santorum brought his campaign message to South Florida voters on Sunday.
The upcoming Florida Republican presidential primary has taken on additional importance after Newt Gingrich trumped Mitt Romney in the South Carolina primary.
As political insiders begin to descend on the state of Florida for the January 31 primary; Mitt Romney has gone from presumed-nominee on Monday to possibly losing two states in a week by Saturday night.
South Carolina looks like it is the midst of a full-fledged Newt Gingrich-surge ahead of Saturday’s primary, according to a new tracking poll; setting the stage for all-out war amongst the GOP before the January 31 Florida primary.