Add former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain to the list of conservatives who are seeking to best President Obama in 2012. Herman Cain officially announced his 2012 campaign for president at a rally in Atlanta on Saturday. The Republican from … Continued
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman’s biggest vulnerability as he gets serious about a presidential bid is likely the fact he spent the last two years working for the man he now wants to beat. But in an interview with ABC News … Continued
Sure, Newt Gingrich has been a center of media attention before, but a lot has changed since he was in office in the 1990s. And part of Gingrich’s problem is that he’s unused to modern media. Back in the 1990s, … Continued
Carson City District Judge James Todd Russell says the Nevada GOP gets to pick its nominee to contest the special election to fill Nevada’s 2nd Congressional seat, recently vacated by Dean Heller’s appointment to the U.S. Senate. The Democratic party … Continued
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CivicForumPAC’s Ford O’Connell appeared on CNN (5/18/11) with Joe Johns to discuss Newt Gingrich’s rocky start on the 2012 campaign trail. Video package begins after the commercial.
A good start for GOP presidential contender Tim Pawlenty, but he will have to do better to make it to Tampa. Four hundred people showed up for the Minneapolis event, according to Pawlenty spokesman Alex Conant. During a fundraising swing … Continued
Believe it or not, this is a positive sign for the eventual Republican nominee in the battleground state of Ohio. President Obama’s lead over an unnamed Republican in a November, 2012 trial run is down from 41 – 34 percent … Continued
Granite State primary voters meet former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman! Jon Huntsman’s days as an international man of mystery are about to come to an end. The former ambassador to China is embarking on a five-day campaign swing through New Hampshire, … Continued
With Mike Huckabee out of the race for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination, three well-known politicians, Mitt Romney, Sarah Palin, and Newt Gingrich, emerge as leaders in Republicans’ preferences. Republicans, however, have less intensely positive feelings about these three than they … Continued