Monthly Archives: December 2011

Des Moines Register Poll: Gingrich 25%, Paul 18%, Romney 16%

The 2012 Iowa GOP caucuses are likely to be a tightly contested affair. While Gingrich leads the field, his ground game has much to be desired. Jennifer Jacobs at the Des Moines Register has more: Former U.S. House Speaker Newt … Continued

Gingrich Primary Ground Game Is A Joke

I have said this before, but obviously it is important to say it again. If Gingrich wants to have a realistic shot at the 2012 GOP presidential nomination, he is going to have to win the Iowa and South Carolina … Continued

Donald Trump To MC GOP Presidential Debate In Iowa

As strange as the 2012 GOP presidential primary has been, the announcement of The Donald moderating a GOP presidential debate in Iowa later this month has provided another twist. Jeremy W. Peters at The New York Times weighs in: It’s … Continued

Herman Cain Plans Major Announcement For Saturday

The clock is ticking on the Cain train. With his back against the wall and the allegations piling up, it is likely that Herman Cain will end his 2012 presidential campaign on Saturday. Read more at Herman Cain plans … Continued

Republicans Face Potential Hard Sell To Women

After a poor showing among female voters in the 2008 presidential election, the Republican Party might again have a women problem. Sexual misconduct accusations against Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich’s treatment of his ex-wives, and harsh rhetoric during debates have raised … Continued

Romney Readies Gingrich Attack

Team Romney is clearly concerned about the Gingrich surge, and now they will roll out the Gingrich opposition research in hopes of cutting the former House Speaker down to size. Will this strategy work? Only time will tell Reid J. Epstein … Continued

Rasmussen: Gingrich 45%, Obama 43%

The latest Rasmussen survey (conducted Nov. 28-29) should help Team Gingrich make a more compelling “electability” argument to GOP primary voters. The Newt Gingrich surge has moved him to the top of the polls in Iowa, big gains in New … Continued