Monthly Archives: June 2011


North Carolina Is Vital To Beating Obama In 2012

President Obama was in North Carolina on Monday (6/11/11) to discuss job creation. But why is Team Obama specifically targeting North Carolina? Team Obama is wise to make North Carolina a priority in 2012, because it guarantees the GOP will … Continued


Gallup: Mitt Romney Widens Advantage Among GOP Primary Voters

Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential bid appears to be gaining momentum, according to Gallup. Republicans’ support for Mitt Romney as their party’s 2012 presidential nominee has increased significantly to 24%, compared with 17% in late May. As a result, Romney has … Continued






Gingrich Aides Resign, Fuels Perry Presidential Bid Speculation

Could these moves by former Gingrich presidential aides be a sign that Texas Governor Rick Perry is closer to running for president in 2012? Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign imploded Thursday afternoon with virtually his entire senior staff leaving … Continued



RNC Lays Out 2012 Electoral Map

The chess game to 270 electoral votes is underway. And while the eventual GOP presidential nominee cannot afford to lose Florida in 2012, there are eight other states that the Republican National Committee (RNC) is eyeing in an effort to … Continued