Tag Archive: Ron Paul

Who is Running and Who Will be in the Debate?

Nothing says “presidential primary” like a debate, which can be the first snapshots of the candidates voters see. But this year, the early debates aren’t expected to give us the whole picture. Unlike in years past, some of the more serious candidates are sitting out the early debates-leaving only a handful of contenders to take …

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Ron Paul Calls for End to Empire in N.H. Visit

Voters who are hoping for a more bipartisan approach to problem solving in Washington, D.C. might not like what they hear from Congressman Ron Paul. “I’m not a fan of bipartisanship,” the Texas Republican and 2008 candidate for this party’s presidential nomination said during a radio interview in Concord, N.H., Friday. “I think we have …

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Will Candidates Make New Hampshire Competitive?

In the 2008 New Hampshire Primary, Mitt Romney finished a strong second to New Hampshire favorite John McCain (37%-32%).  Romney, of course,  is from the neighboring state of Massachusetts, and this gave him a big edge in 2008 that he was unable to fully capitalize on.  Romeny’s e loss in New Hampshire ended his hopes …

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Romney With Early Lead in New Hampshire

Republican Primary Poll Results Mitt Romney, the 2008 New Hampshire Primary runner-up to John McCainn, has a huge lead in a recent poll conducted for the local news station WMUR by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.  Former New York Mayor, Rudy Giuliani, finished a distant second while mid-westerner, Tim Pawlenty and southerner Mike Huckabee place …

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