Category Archive: Michelle Bachmann

Jan 06 2012

Romney Stumbles in Recent Poll, Paul, Santorum Make Gains

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Former Governor Mitt Romney has stumbled downward in a recent Washington Times poll, but still holds on to strong lead garnering 38%. Ron Paul finished in second with 23.6% and Iowa Caucus winner Rick Santorum saw his support increase to 10.8%. The hometown favorite Romney is expected to get 40%-50% of the vote and anything …

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Jan 05 2012

Iowa Caucus Final Results

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Sponsored by US Politics Guide 2012 Iowa Caucus Results (100% precincts reporting) Candidate Votes Pct. Mitt Romney 30,015 24.5% Rick Santorum 30,007 24.5% Ron Paul 26,219 21.5% Newt Gingrich 16,251 13.3% Rick Perry 12,604 10.3% Michele Bachmann 6,073 5.0% Jon Huntsman 745 0.6% Next election: Primary South Carolina- Vote on poll now!

Jan 02 2012

Ron Paul Wins Latest New Hampshire Primary Straw Poll

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Ron Paul finished with 1,844 votes (28%) to win the second to last 2012 New Hampshire Primary online straw poll. Jon Huntsman finished in a surprising second with 24% edging out hometown favorite Mitt Romney who finished in third with 23%. Newt Gingrich finished in fourth with a respectable 12%. The final Straw Poll has …

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Dec 30 2011

Paul Gains On Romney in Recent Poll

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Ron Paul has cut into Mitt Romney’s huge hometown lead in New Hampshire in a recent Public Policy Polling New Hampshire Primary poll where Romney finished with 36% to Paul’s 21%. Jon Huntsman, whose campaign lives and dies in New Hampshire is still in the distance at 12%. Newt Gingrich continue to lose support and …

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Dec 26 2011

The Top 10 Primary Moments of 2011 (so far)

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With the caveat that this primary’s history-making moment may be ahead of us, here are 10 telling events from 2011. 1. Bachmann Fails History (March 12): “You’re the state where the shot was heard around the world in Lexington and Concord,” Michele Bachmann said more than once, with no sense of irony. The most avowed …

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Dec 21 2011

2012 Roundup

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Mitt Romney still leads by a wide margin in New Hampshire, with 35 percent support in a poll released today of likely GOP primary voters by Democratic firm Public Policy Polling. Ron Paul is in second place (19 percent), followed by Newt Gingrich (17 percent), Jon Huntsman (13 percent), Michele Bachmann (5 percent), Rick Santorum …

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Dec 18 2011

Romney Edges Paul in Recent New Hampshire Primary Straw Poll

Mitt Romney posted another victory in the most recent 2012NewHampshirePrimary.com Straw Poll, but it was not easy. He just held off Ron Paul 1,157 to 1,132. Ambassador Jon Huntsman and former Speaker Newt Gingrich also showed well with 886 and 696 votes respectively. Who will win the 2012 New Hampshire Primary? Mitt Romney (25%, 1,157 …

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Dec 12 2011

ABC News/Yahoo Republican 2012 Primary Debate

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ABC News/Yahoo Republican 2012 Primary Debate

Dec 11 2011

Hunstman and Gingrich Up in Recent CNN Poll

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Newt Gingrich has turned New Hampshire into a race in recent CNN/Time poll that shows Romney’s huge lead has been cut to just 9%. Ron Paul made a strong showing with 17% and is now in range to pull a possible upset in New Hampshire as well. Jon Huntsman, who has been left for dead …

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Dec 07 2011

Romney Edges Gingrich, Paul and Huntsman in Close New Hampshire Straw Poll

New Hampshire favorite Mitt Romney held off the surging Newt Gingrich to register a victory in the 3rd 2012NewHamsphirePrimary.com Straw Poll beating him by just 9 votes. Previous winner Ron Paul showed strong with 19% of the vote while Jon Huntsman looks as if he is starting to pick up steam and finished in fourth …

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Dec 07 2011

2012: Gingrich Struggles to Expand Campaign

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“Political groups representing the left and the right have already spent an eye-popping $35 million to influence the outcome of the 2012 election, according to an investigation by The Hill. Over the last several weeks, The Hill interviewed media advertising trackers and officials representing major outside groups and reviewed Federal Election Commission records. The analysis …

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Nov 09 2011

Does Recent Poll Make New Hampshire Insignificant?

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Mitt Romney is expected to cruise to a hometown victory in the 2012 New Hampshire Primary and although a candidate has threatened his lead here and there, a recent poll shows Romney still has a stranglehold on New Hampshire. Poll Results: Mitt Romney 41% Herman Cain 17% Ron Paul 11% Newt Gingrich 8% Jon Huntsman …

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