Mitt Romney’s response ad to Bain bashing

Mitt Romney’s campaign released a 30-second ad Thursday responding to the rampant criticisms from his fellow Republican presidential candidates regarding his time at Bain Capitol. http://youtu.be/m9LZ3oQzTdg Alexander Burns from Politico writes: “The ad — which names three successful companies Bain … Continue reading»

The Super PAC name game

By now we’re all becoming familiar with the reality that Super PACs are the Political Action Committees capable of fundraising “unlimited sums from corporations, unions and other groups, as well as individuals.” (Super PACs, it should be noted, do have … Continue reading»

Some voices are already questioning the Tuesday decision by Jon Huntsman Jr. to continue his presidential campaign in South Carolina after finishing third in New Hampshire. The Hill’s Campaign Blog summarized, “A campaign official told The Hill that Huntsman, who … Continue reading»

Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich defend Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney has a couple of new advocates, and they’re most unlikely allies indeed: Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich, two of Romney’s biggest Republican presidential rivals. Paul doesn’t like the way his fellow Republican presidential candidates are lambasting Romney over … Continue reading»

As we’ve covered during the past several days, Suffolk University has been conducting daily polling of New Hampshire voters in advance of today’s presidential primary. Well, Suffolk just released its final batch of pre-primary polls. “Mitt Romney is primed to … Continue reading»

Conservative support rising for Mitt Romney

New Gallup polling indicates that a majority of conservatives now believes Mitt Romney would make for an “acceptable” Republican presidential nominee. Talk about consistency: 59 percent of “conservative Republicans” and 59 percent of “moderate/liberal Republicans” think Romney would be an … Continue reading»

First results from N.H. primary are in!

Well, it’s barely Tuesday here in the Beehive State, and already we know the first results for the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary. The reason? There are two really, really small places in the Granite State that take great pride … Continue reading»

Having obtained an internal memo from U.S. Senate candidate Rep. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.), Huffington Post reports that there’s a school of thought among some Democrats that a big win by Mitt Romney on Tuesday at the New Hampshire presidential primary … Continue reading»