Category Archive: Rick Santourm

Gingrich Wins South Carolina Primary!

(100% of precincts reporting) Newt Gingrich —– 243,153 – 40.4% Mitt Romney ——–167,279 – 27.8% Rick Santorum —– 102,055 – 17% Ron Paul ———- 77,993 – 13% Rick Perry ——– 2,494 – 0.4% Other ————- 8,192 – 1.4%  

Romney Stumbles in Debates and Polls, Gingrich Takes Control


Poll Results Newt Gingrich 35% Mitt Romney 29% Ron Paul 15% Rick Santorum 15% *PPP surveyed 836 likely Republican primary voters on January 18th and 19th. The margin of error for the survey is +/-3.4%. This poll was not paid for or authorized by any campaign or political organization. PPP surveys are conducted through automated …

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Gingrich & Paul Finish in Virtual Tie in Straw Poll


  Who will win the 2012 South Carolina Primary? Newt Gingrich (28%, 1,320 Votes) Ron Paul (27%, 1,299 Votes) Mitt Romney (26%, 1,218 Votes) Rick Santorum (19%, 909 Votes)   Total Voters: 4,746 *1 vote per ip address

1-19-12 CNN GOP Debate


1-19-12 CNN GOP Debate

GOP Presidential Debate in Myrtle Beach


GOP Presidential debate in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 01-16-2012.

Santorum Gains Support from Social Conservatives


By BRODY MULLINS and NEIL KING JR. Leaders of prominent conservative Christian groups threw their overwhelming support Saturday behind former Sen. Rick Santorum in the Republican presidential contest, an attempt to rally around a single challenger to front-runner Mitt Romney. Not all of the conservatives who gathered for a two-day meeting in Texas endorsed Mr. …

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Gingrich and Paul Gain In Rasmussen Poll

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Mitt Romney still holds first place in the South Carolina Primary field, while his opponents jockey for second with the voting eight days away. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Republican Primary Voters in South Carolina finds Romney ahead with 28% support, but now former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is in second place …

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How Much of An Impact Will Religion Play in SC Primary Vote?

The latest poll shows a tight 3-man race between Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul in next week’s GOP Presidential Primary in South Carolina. Many political pundits say South Carolina is for the battleground state for the evangelical vote. However, Clemson political science professor Dave Woodard says if the past is any indication, religion …

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Ron Paul Makes Significant Gains in Recent PPP Poll

Ron Paul has nearly doubled his support in less than a week according to a recent Public Policy Polling poll. Newt Gingrich is still just 4% behind front runner Mitt Romney while Rick Santorum slipped to 14%. Results: Mitt Romney 29% Newt Gingrich 24% Ron Paul 15% Rick Santorum 14% Rick Perry 6% Jon Huntsman …

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Rick Santorum’s South Carolina team revels in momentum


GREENVILLE, S.C. — The trouble began with yard signs. Rick Santorum’s campaign had ordered 4,000 for South Carolina back in December, which to the realists on his staff had seemed like way too many, because the Republican presidential candidate was drawing 1 percent support in local polls and a crowd of 11 people to the …

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Opinion: Is the South Carolina primary the last place to stop Romney’s momentum?


With Mitt Romney’s win in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday, candidates and activists are looking at the Jan. 21 South Carolina primary as a deciding moment in the 2012 race. “The Palmetto State, with large numbers of evangelicals and social conservatives, is considered less-stable terrain than New Hampshire for Romney, a Mormon and former governor …

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Romney, Gingrich and Santorum in Close Race in Recent PPP Poll

Romney, Gingrich, Santorum

Mitt Romney 27% Newt Gingrich 23% Rick Santorum 18% Ron Paul 8% Rick Perry 7% Steve Colbert 5% Jon Huntsman 4% Buddy Roemer 1% Source: PPP

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