TAMPA, Fla. — A huge cheer erupted at Mitt Romney’s election night headquarters seconds after the polls closed Tuesday in Florida and the major networks declared him the winner of the GOP presidential primary. Carol Mitsch, a semi-retired business owner … Continue reading
You might not have expected to see these names in Florida but there they are, showing up in the returns. Herman Cain, Michelle Bachman, Jon Huntsman, Rick Perry and… Gary Johnson? Yep, America’s alternative to the two-party chokehold even got … Continue reading
Get ready to find out who the millionaires are behind this year’s presidential election. For the first time, many of those “super” political action committees are set to disclose just who is financing their pseudo-campaign operations.
TAMPA ,Fla. — “I’m feeling a positive vibe,” Carol Mitsch, a semi-retired business owner from nearby Utz, said Tuesday evening as she entered what she hopes will be Mitt Romney’s victory party. “I was very disappointed last time, in ’08,” … Continue reading
As Floridians cast their votes today, the momentum for presidential candidate Mitt Romney has changed significantly. Beginning with Romney’s dynamic debate performance last Thursday, Romney has been welcomed by large crowds at campaign rallies. I attended an Orlando rally Friday … Continue reading
TAMPA, Florida — Norma Reno said even though she didn’t vote for Mitt Romney in Tuesday’s Florida GOP primary, he should be considered the party’s nominee if he wins here as expected. “I voted for (Newt) Gingrich today because I think … Continue reading
Less than 24 hours before Florida polls open, the Real Clear Politics average gives Romney an 11.5 point advantage, but the latest polls show the lead narrowing on the final stretch. “The race will be tighter than expected,” said InsiderAdvantage chief pollster Matt Towery inNewsMax, … Continue reading
WASHINGTON — The caffeinated, rapid-fire GOP presidential primary is about to ease into a slower pace and a more spread-out map, creating new challenges for Newt Gingrich. February will bring several primaries and caucuses likely to lack the intensity of … Continue reading