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Santorum’s victories raise a pivotal question: Can he build on his night of triumph to emerge as a true alternative to Romney? The New York Times reports.
The stakes are high for the three GOP contenders in Tuesday's Deep South contests, with Romney hoping for his first victory in the region and Gingrich fighting to keep his bid alive.
Despite improving job growth and an extended Republican primary fight, President Obama lost ground in the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.
Voter fraud is either rampant and requires strict measures like photo IDs to stop it—or—it's an overblown dispute, only being used as a weapon to keep certain groups from the polls.
"There are four of us in the race and of course, Romney looks like he's ahead, but he's far from having it won", says Rep. Ron Paul, (R-TX), discussing his hopes for big wins in Alabama and Mississippi today and why he intends to fight on through the GOP primary race.
Rick Santorum says his path to the presidential nomination counts on continued chaos in the field and a fractured GOP arriving at its nominating convention in late summer.
As unions prepare to endorse President Obama on Tuesday, labor leaders say they will mount their biggest campaign effort, with far more members than ever before. The New York Times reports.
Can Rick Santorum continue to gain momentum in Tuesday's primaries in Alabama and Mississippi? Discussing why he thinks Mitt Romney will win the Republican nomination, with Tim Pawlenty, fmr. Governor, (R-MN).
Some of the undecided superdelegates say they expect the former Massachusetts governor to be the eventual nominee but, like many Republican voters, they're not quite ready to embrace him.
Facing Southern primaries, Mitt Romney says he's "learning to say y'all," and he likes grits. "Strange things are happening to me," he tells a Mississippi audience.
Republican activists foresee a long presidential campaign that almost certainly will nominate Mitt Romney but may leave him weakened in the battle against President Obama.
No, it's not over yet. But at this rate Mitt Romney's rivals won't catch him unless they pull off an unlikely fight at the Republican National Convention in August.
A super political action committee supporting Rick Santorum in the Republican presidential race says it's time for Newt Gingrich to drop out.
The US economy is "in danger of becoming a carbon copy of European nations" because of President Obama's "big-government" policies, GOP contender Mitt Romney told CNBC Wednesday.
CNBC's John Harwood has the highlights from Super Tuesday's showdown and discusses what the GOP candidates next steps are; with Sara Taylor Fagen, DDC Advocacy and Damon Munchus, The Cypress Group.
"We had a very strong response across the country and the support across the party that I need to become the nominee," says GOP candidate Mitt Romney. If you go through the list of the President's policies and you will see that Americans are not happy with them, he adds.
Mitt Romney narrowly defeated Rick Santorum in the battleground state of Ohio, bringing his total to five states for Super Tuesday. Rick Santorum won three states.
Mitt Romney's uninspiring showing in Super Tuesday's primaries nonetheless moves him closer to the Republican presidential nomination. But a string of events and voter data underscore his challenge in winning independent voters turned off by the long, divisive primary.
President Barack Obama collected the most votes in the Oklahoma Democratic primary, but lost in 15 counties.
fter four straight losses to Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum won at least three states on Super Tuesday and was aggressively challenging Romney in the night's marquee race in Ohio.