WASHINGTON — Jon Huntsman will withdraw Monday from the race for the Republican presidential nomination. Campaign officials tell The Associated Press Huntsman will endorse Mitt Romney at an event in South Carolina on Monday morning. Read full report here.
298 of 301 precincts – 99 percent x-Mitt Romney … 97,339 – 39 percent Ron Paul … 56,601 – 23 percent Jon Huntsman … 41,796 – 17 percent Newt Gingrich … 23,329 – 9 percent Rick Santorum … 23,204 – … Continue reading
From Deseret News contributor Eric Schulzke: Mitt Romney has to be feeling a bit like Charlie Brown, as Lucy the pundit pulls the ball away again. Romney made history Tuesday as the first non-incumbent Republican to win both the Iowa … Continue reading
From The Associated Press: WASHINGTON — Some remarkable moments from Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary: From the front-runner: “We made history,” former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney told supporters Tuesday evening, setting his sights squarely on President Barack Obama, whose job he … Continue reading
From the Associated Press: Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney won the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night, adding to a first-place finish in last week’s Iowa caucuses and establishing himself as the man to beat for the Republican presidential nomination.
From the Associated Press: Mitt Romney is the winner of New Hampshire’s Republican primary. The former governor of neighboring Massachusetts led the polls in New Hampshire for weeks.
From the Associated Press: A crowd gathered at Mitt Romney’s campaign headquarters in New Hampshire erupted in cheers as the Republican candidate was declared the winner of that state’s primary.
CONCORD, N.H. — Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney won the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night, adding to a first-place finish in last week’s Iowa caucuses and establishing himself as the man to beat for the Republican presidential nomination. Texas Rep. … Continue reading
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