South Carolina Primary
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.
As Florida Republicans prepare to cast their votes, the GOP presidential hopefuls will try to rally support in the Miami before January 31st primary.
The upcoming Florida Republican presidential primary has taken on additional importance after Newt Gingrich trumped Mitt Romney in the South Carolina primary.
Early voting started Saturday in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, which joined Monroe County, where voters have already been voting for a week. It was a slow start.
As the South Carolina comes to an end Saturday, early voting in the Sunshine State will be just getting underway for the January 31 primary.
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.
Texas Governor Rick Perry told supporters Thursday that he is ending his presidential campaign. Perry said that he found no viable path forward for his presidential run.
Mitt Romney has been the presumptive Republican presidential nominee for the past week, but some new polls show there may be another Gingrich-surge waiting to impact the race ahead of the upcoming Florida GOP primary.
Despite leading in the polls in South Carolina a week before that state’s primary, Mitt Romney’s record at a private equity firm and his advocacy of a health insurance mandate while Massachusetts governor would hobble him as the GOP presidential nominee, several of his rivals said Sunday.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich’s Republican presidential campaign may not make it to the state of Florida.