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Chuck Todd and David Gregory Take A Look At Rick Santorum’s Three-State Win



NBC News’ Chuck Todd and “Meet the Press” moderator David Gregory take a look at Rick Santorum’s three-state win Tuesday night and discuss what it means for Romney and what it means for the country.

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Mitt Romney’s Secret Service Detail Clobbers Glitterbomber



MediaITE Secret Service pounced upon an audience member wielding glitter following Mitt Romney’s speech in Denver, Colorado. CNN reports the man hurled a blue substance, reportedly glitter, at the former Massachusetts governor.

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David Axelrod on Morning Joe To Talk About Obama Campaign Shift on Super PAC’s



David Axelrod appeared on Morning Joe to discuss the Obama campaigns change in position on accepting money from SuperPAC’s and the Obama administrations decision to require religious institutions to offer contraceptives in their health care plans to their members

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Clint Eastwood Chrysler Super Bowl Commercial: It’s Halftime in America (Updated)



This ad was aired during the Super Bowl and is suppose to be a commercial for Chrysler. The general consensus however is that this is obviously a call for an Obama second term. Being that it falls in line as being considered a political ad, we find it appropriate to post it on this site. (UPDATED: Eastwood sent a Statement to bill O’Reilly)

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John King Calls Mitt Romney “Governor Mormon”



John King had a slip-up during CNN’s coverage of Saturday’s Nevada caucus results. King was explaining several factors at play in the night’s voting results, including breaking down votes by each candidate’s respective religion. “Obviously,” he said, pointing to an image of the night’s winner, Mitt Romney, “Governor Mormon is a member of the Church […]

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John Roberts Reports On Newt Gingrich Florida Winner Takes All Rule Challenge



John Roberts reports on Newt Gingrich challenging Florida Winner Takes All Rule. In his report, Roberts points to n interview where Newt Gingrich said the the rules are the rules and that he would abide by them.

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Megyn Kelly Focus Group Weighs In on The Nomination Process – February 1 2012



Megyn Kelly did a focus group in her Fox News Studios where they discussed the Florida Primary, the nomination process and whther Mitt Romney is ready to take on President Obama?

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Republican Party Chairman Lenny Curry on Newt Gingrich Winner Take All Challenge



Lou Dobbs Talks To Florida Republican Party Chairman Lenny Curry responds to Newt Gingrich’s plans to challenge the results of the Florida Primary and the Winner Take All rule

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Newt Gingrich Challenges Florida Winner Takes All Rule



Carl Cameron reports about Newt Gingrich challenging Florida Winner Takes All based on a rule by the RNC that states holding the primary prior to April first must divide delegates proportionally.  

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Fred Thompson, John McCain Battle It Out On ‘Meet The Press’



Fred Thompson who endorsed Newt Gingrich and John McCain who endorsed Mitt Romney set down with David Gregory on Meet The Press to debate who is the better candidate

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Herman Cain Endorses Newt Gingrich For President



Herman Cain endorsed Newt Gingrich at the Palm Beach County Republican Party’s 2012 Lincoln Day Dinner.

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Scott Rasmussen Takes A Look At The Latest Polls



Scott Rasmussen appeared on Foxnews where he breaks down the numbers for the upcoming GOP Florida primary

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Rick Santorum Receives Latin Builders Association Endorsement



Despite all of the media hype surrounding the battle between Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney; Rick Santorum has already won a state in the primary season and isn’t ready to throw in the towel just yet. Santorum was in Miami Friday to speak to the Latin Builders Association in an attempt to drum up some […]

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Gingrich, Romney Surrogates Clash



After Romney campaign surrogate Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) showed up at a Gingrich campaign event at Mount Dora, Florida to talk to the media about Gingrich’s speech, Gingrich campaign manager R.C. Hammond decided to fight back.

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Nancy Pelosi: Newt Gingrich Will Never Be President



House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday told CNN’s John King that she’s confident former House Speaker Newt Gingrich will never be president. King asked: “What goes through your mind when you think of the possibility … that he would be the Republican nominee and that you could come back here next January or next February with a […]

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State of the Union: Herman Cain Delivers Tea Party Response



Former presidential candidate Herman Cain delivered the Tea Party response to President Obama’s State of the Union address.  

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State of the Union: Mitch Daniels Delivers GOP Response



In a speech that lasted less than 15 minutes, Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels delivered the Republican rebuttal from the auditorium stage of the Indiana War Memorial building in Indianapolis.

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Newt Gingrich: A Special Message From Fred Thompson



Hello I’m Fred Thompson I am one of the countless number of Americans who know firsthand that, in this country, a person may be born into modest circumstances, but that he comes into the world blessed in ways that have been unimaginable to the vast majority of people who have ever lived. We are born […]

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Fred Thompson Endorses Newt Gingrich



Newt Gingrich is the guy who can articulate what America is all about–American Exceptionalism. He can make the case, not just read the talking points, or do it off a teleprompter. He can make the case for free markets, and our basic case that lower taxes can be good for everybody, and bring about growth. […]

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The Battle For Florida Primary Heating Up



The GOP fight for Florida, which holds its presidential primary on Jan. 31, is heating up on the heels of Newt Gingrich’s decisive win in South Carolina. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports.

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Carl Cameron Campaign News Roundup – January 22 2012



From the campaign trial in Tampa, Florida, Carl Cameron rounds up the news of the day and what the candidates have planned for the week.

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Mike Huckabee: Thoughts On When Candidates Should Call It Quits – January 22 2012



From his experience of running for president in 2008, Mike Huckabee talks about what should and shouldn’t motivate a candidate to drop out of the race.

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What The Candidates Are Spending On Television Ads



CNN’s John King and Erin Burnett look at GOP candidate television ad spending in South Carolina and Florida.

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Voters Say Campaign Ads Are To Negative



Fox South Carolina spoke to voters to get their reaction to negative ads.

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Sarah Palin: “If I Had To Vote In South Carolina… …I’d Vote For Newt”



Sarah Palin on Hannity said if she were in South Carolina she would vote for Newt to keep the election from being declared over if Romney wins. She emphasized that we need answers to questions, and can’t risk October surprises.

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