Based on early voting numbers statewide, it looks like Florida Republicans are coming out in droves to determine who will face President Barack Obama in November.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump, who dropped out of the GOP presidential race months before the first primary, now said he may reluctantly be forced to run as a third party candidate, a decision revealed Sunday on a special Miami broadcast of the CBS News program Face The Nation.
With the January 31st primary just a few days away, the time for early voting will end Saturday.
Mitt Romney is in full control of the Republican field in the upcoming Florida primary, according to a new poll from War Room Logistics.
Newt Gingrich has been taking flak from all sides of the conservative movement as his campaign got stronger after South Carolina. But, he’s getting a helping hand from an unlikely source that never shies away from controversy.
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.