Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has picked up at least 23 delegates for winning the Georgia Republican presidential primary, getting an early boost in the race for Super Tuesday delegates.
Voters in the Virginia Republican presidential primary could choose between just two of the four GOP candidates. Still, nearly half were strongly behind their chosen candidate
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul on Tuesday urged voters in Idaho to caucus for him on the promise of a smaller federal government, $1 trillion in federal spending cuts and an administration dedicated to liberty.
Less than half of voters in the Massachusetts GOP primary say former Gov. Mitt Romney’s ties to the state mattered somewhat or more to their vote, according to early exit poll results.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum compared the Obama administration to a “drug dealer” while speaking before several hundred people at the Grace Church in Broken Arrow.
In Virginia, not much was happening leading up to Super Tuesday where only Mitt Romney and Ron Paul will appear on the ballot and voter turnout is expected to be extremely low.
Super? Maybe not this time. But it is a Tuesday, one with the biggest payout of the Republican presidential primaries.
Mitt Romney powered to a double-digit lead in Republican presidential caucuses in Washington state Saturday night, seeking his fourth campaign triumph in a row in the run-up to 10 Super Tuesday contests in all regions of the country.
Romney is focusing his attention on Michigan, his birthplace and the site of an unexpectedly tight race with Santorum, by courting conservative support at a Tea Party rally Thursday night.
Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign has a history of near-death experiences, and the former House speaker insists another resurrection is on its way.