Monthly Archives: November 2011

What Gingrich Needs To Do To Win The GOP Nomination

Re-Posted From The Daily Caller Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign hit a major snag right out of the gate: In May, he alienated conservatives by criticizing Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget proposal as “right-wing social engineering” during an appearance on “Meet the Press.” Less … Continued

Gingrich Takes Significant Lead In Florida GOP Primary

If former House Speaker Newt Gingrich wants to capture the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, he is going to have to score well in Florida. The lastest Insider Advantage survey (released 11/29/11) has Gingrich leading the rest of the field by … Continued

Mitt Romney’s Popularity On The Decline With GOP Primary Voters

While former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is still the odds on favorite to win the 2012 GOP nomination, his supporters should be concerned. According to Democratic polling firm Public Policy Polling (PPP), Romney’s popularity is fading with Republican primary voters. … Continued

Christie Goes After Obama On Failed Super Committee

It seems that Team Romney is taking its cues from the Obama camp when it comes to surrogate tactics: Let them do for you, what you are incapable of doing for yourself (attacking your potential general election opponent). New Jersey … Continued

Mitt Romney Fights Back On Two Fronts

Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign scrambled on Monday to fight challenges on two fronts: fellow Republican Newt Gingrich’s momentum and new Democratic accusations of Romney’s frequent flip flopping on policies. The former Massachusetts governor launched a media assault against President Barack … Continued

Newt Gingrich’s Organizational Struggles

The Huffington Posts’ Mark Blumenthal takes a snap-shot look at how each of the 2012 GOP presidential candidate’s campaigns are fairing from an organization perspective in the early nominating contests. From what I am hearing on the ground, Blumenthal’s assessments … Continued