Former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich says he’s not leaving the Presidential race anytime soon. “I’m the tortoise in this race,” Gingrich says. “I’ll just keep coming forward and I’m still here.”
If you thought Ohio’s Republican Presidential primary last Tuesday was exciting, then you might enjoy watching today’s contest in two Southern states: Alabama and Mississippi.
After a big loss in South Carolina, Mitt Romney scored a major comeback in Florida, soundly beating Newt Gingrich.
If you wanted evidence that the race in Florida is growing testier and nastier by the minute, just watch last night’s debate in Tampa.
As I wrote Saturday night, Newt Gingrich’s big win in South Carolina changes everything. We’re starting to see what appears as a seismic shift among Republicans in Florida.
A CBS News analysis of exit polls and early vote totals show that Newt Gingrich has defeated Mitt Romney in the South Carolina primary.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney noted his privileged background during Saturday’s debate in Iowa, but said he grew up appreciating hard work because of his parents’ influence.