As Mitt Romney looks to put a stranglehold on Tuesday’s Florida primary; the one question still left unanswered surrounding Romney is can someone that wealthy relate to the problems of those who live paycheck to paycheck?
After getting pummeled in South Carolina, Mitt Romney put all his eggs on a quick turnaround in the Sunshine State; and it looks like his efforts are paying off.
After Newt Gingrich’s solid win in South Carolina, many expected for him to carry the momentum through Florida. But the latest polling is not showing Newt-mentum, but rather a Romney surge.
With poll results showing each of them surging at different points of the week and with the enormous stakes of Tuesday’s Florida presidential primary, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney face different challenges as each takes the stage for Thursday night’s debate in Jacksonville.
Just hours before his next scheduled debate, right-wing commentators and writers have unloaded on the former Speaker of the House.
The Florida GOP primary is less than a week away and Newt Gingrich is pulling ahead of his closest rival, Mitt Romney. Wednesday, Gingrich sat down with CBS4’s Elliot Rodriguez to talk about his views on Cuban policy.
After getting thumped in South Carolina, many expected Newt Gingrich to ride the momentum to a win in the Sunshine State. But the third poll released Wednesday showed Gingrich still has a long road ahead to take Florida.
Rick Santorum, coming off a drubbing at the hands of fellow conservative Newt Gingrich in South Carolina, cancelled his scheduled appearance at an Univision forum, at least according to Univision.
Newt Gingrich may be surging in the overall polls, he has a big weakness amongst a key group Republicans must have in Florida if they hope to carry the state in the fall.
The Newt Gingrich surge, first written about on CBSMiami.com last week, has helped the former Speaker of the House erase the double-digit lead once held by Mitt Romney.