Election 2014

GOP spotlight turns to Mississippi, Alabama.

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Republican front-runner Mitt Romney declared himself a bit of an outsider Thursday in the upcoming GOP primaries in Mississippi and Alabama, while Rick Santorum battled to emerge from the heart of Dixie as the surviving conservative challenger. (more…)

Trump Goes National for Romney.

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After playing a crucial role in Mitt Romney’s primary victories in Michigan and Ohio, billionaire Donald Trump is going nationwide with his support, voicing a robocall targeting voters in all 50 states. (more…)

Dole says Kansas should support Romney in caucuses.

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Kansas political icon Bob Dole urged fellow Republicans on Thursday to support front-running presidential candidate Mitt Romney in the state’s caucuses, potentially boosting Romney’s chances in a state where main rival Rick Santorum figures to do well. (more…)

Report: Bauer Calls on Gingrich to Leave Race.

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Conservative activist Gary Bauer on Thursday urged Newt Gingrich to get out of the contest for the Republican presidential nomination and said conservatives are ready to unite behind Rick Santorum, according to a story in the Washington Examiner. (more…)

How did Ron Paul lose Alaska?

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How did Ron Paul lose Alaska?

Paul’s ardent supporters here in the 49th state were on Wednesday casting a wide net, including allegations of polling impropriety, disenfranchisement and other shenanigans by Alaska Republican Party officials. (more…)

Ron Paul should criticize Mitt Romney over war policy, or drop out and endorse Romney?

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The alliance between Ron Paul and Mitt Romney is wearing thin and turning Paul into a hobbyist candidate who will soon be forgotten. Romney is the front-runner to be Republican nominee for commander in chief and is running around the country sounding like an armchair general looking for war to declare. Paul takes the exact opposite position but has completely failed to challenge Romney about this. Either Paul should take Romney on, or drop out and endorse him. (more…)