GOP Presidential Candidate
There was an audible gasp from the gathered crowd as Donald Trump’s 757 lifted off the tarmac.
The Ohio primary is shaping up to be a real nail-biter on Super Tuesday. It’s one of 10 states where voters will select which Republican should become the party’s nominee to try to unseat President Barack Obama.
As expected, Mitt Romney won Arizona’s primary and pulled out a close victory in his home state of Michigan. But many political analysts believe the Republican primary is still status quo.
CBS 11 Political Reporter Jack Fink looks at the final push for votes in the Florida primary, more political endorsements and who is really leading the GOP pack.
Tonight, the Republicans vying for the Florida primary will debate for the last time before Tuesday’s contest. Already, we’ve seen Monday’s debate have an impact on the race.
Michele Bachmann announced Wednesday that she has “decided to stand aside” and is ending her bid for Republican presidential nomination after her last-place finish in the Iowa caucuses.
Rick Perry drew standing-room-only crowds. Michele Bachmann lost her voice. Rick Santorum made a duel pitch –for votes and cash. And all mixed serious policy talk with everyday chit-chat while doggedly traveling the state, in their quests for late-game surges in the Republican presidential race.
Governor Rick Perry compared himself to popular NFL quarterback Tim Tebow during the final debate between Republican presidential candidates Thursday night.
Rick Perry said Wednesday that President Obama doesn’t understand the plight of Americans because he grew up “privileged” and “never had to work for anything.”