He said he wants to continue to try and influence the party platform, but said he’s already discussed with the Republican National Committee how he can best help the nominee defeat President Obama if it’s not him.
Current Presidential Candidates will also speak including Senator Rick Santorum, Hon. Newt Gingrich and former Governor Mitt Romney.
Mitt Romney defeated Newt Gingrich in the Florida Republican presidential primary Tuesday night, Fox News projects, surging from a second-place finish in South Carolina to sweep the winner-take-all contest and reassert his frontrunner
At age fifteen, Lila founded Live Action, which is now a growing nonprofit with several chapters in California. Live Action is a youth-led organization which works to expose abuses in the abortion industry and advocate for human rights for the pre-born, using new media to educate and mobilize both local and national audiences.
Romney’s campaign has spent more than $17 million since January, while Gingrich and Santorum have each spent less than one-sixth of that.
January 3, 2012 | FoxNews.com (FoxNews.com) – Employing some of the toughest rhetoric to date, the Republican presidential candidates gave their closing arguments the day before the Iowa caucuses – assailing President Obama as a “fraud” who is “dangerous” to the country while holding nothing back in their criticism of the rest of the GOP field. The intensity ...Tags: GOP Candidates, Iowa Caucus Results, Newt Gingrich, Republican Primary, Rick SantorumPoltiical
Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, Michele Bachmann, and Rick Santorum are confirmed….
It was unclear if Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum or former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman submitted petitions to the state board.
‘Their reach and influence covers all corners of Iowa, and I know they did not take this endorsement lightly. This means so much more to our campaign. If their work on behalf of Gov. Huckabee four years ago is any indication, I have no doubt they will be a terrific catalyst for our campaign as we continue building momentum in Iowa.’ (Rick Santorum)Tags: Barack Obama, catholic news, catholic world news, Evangelical Ministers Endorse Rick Santorum, GOP nomination, iowa primary, MariaNews.com, mitt romney, Newt Gingrich, Poltiical, Republican Primary, Rick Santorum, ron paul, United States Presidential ElectionPoltiical
One by one, the candidates in this Republican Presidential primary process have been presented to be figuratively “anointed” to oppose the President in the 2012 campaign. One by one their once soaring poll numbers quickly descended. There is one who has been left in the field, given little or no chance by the media elites, Rick Santorum. It is time to send for Santorum. He is correct “Social issues are central to every issue we deal with in America. Unless we get the moral issues right, we will never get the economic and foreign policy issues right.”