When do you think Next Gingrich will bow out of the Republican Presidential nomination primary?
He can run his campaign like a sole proprietor running a business out of the home. Seriously, though, he's in debt and really can't afford to run it longer. I'd say a week after the Pennsylvania primary on the 24th ... so I'll say at the end of April.
by Jason Matthews 3 years ago
Which of the Republican presidential candidates has the best chance to win the party ticket and why?For the Republication Primary of the 2016 Presidential Election
by mio cid 6 years ago
It is crucial that hispanics not vote in florida primary,so as to show the republican establishment who are already worried about it ,that with the current position on immigration the hispanic vote will go 90 percent democrat.
by Moderndayslave 6 years ago
According to Virginia Republican party, Newt Gingrich is not eligible to run in the Virginia primary election. "Only a failed system excludes four out of the six major candidates seeking access to the ballot," Gingrich campaign director Michael Krull said. Now our election system is a...
by ptosis 6 years ago
Are the Republican presidential candidates farcically unelectable?As if by some machiavellian political ploy, Republican-posers had funded the most unelectable Republican hopefuls in order that Obama wins by default in 2012?
by cprice75 6 years ago
Who will win the South Carolina Republican primary?Mitt Romney appeared to have clear sailing after "winning" Iowa and winning New Hampshire. In recent days, a seemingly dead Newt Gingrich campaign has gained strength and the outcome in SC for Romney appears in jeopardy.
by James Smith 5 years ago
I know, I know: is Newt Gingrich even relevant anymore? But many are thinking the fact that Gingrich is being forced into a non-interventionist position to hope to stay relevant shows something: the tide is turning, and people are starting to get sick of war. This is good news!I think there are a...
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