Monday marked the last full day of campaigning in New Hampshire. Mitt Romney is still ahead in the polls, but the other Republican presidential candidates were not ready to concede anything in advance of the nation’s first primary.
A combative Newt Gingrich accused Mitt Romney of “pious baloney” Sunday for saying he’s not a career politician and charged him of hiding behind inaccurate attack ads aired by his allies in the race for the presidential nomination.
Newt Gingrich, stumping in Mason City, Iowa with less than a week before the caucuses, blamed his slippage in the polls on negative campaigning by his competitors. But that didn’t stop him from going negative against a non-candidate.
Mitt Romney takes Manhattan. The Republican presidential candidate was in New York on Wednesday, tapping Wall Street for campaign cash. But he didn’t exactly get the red carpet treatment from everyone.
Governor Chris Christie told a crowd of donors Monday night that Mitt Romney is the most qualified GOP candidate to lead the country as president. The private fundraiser at the Hilton in Parsippany was expected to net Romney $1.1 million for his campaign.
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich was in New York City Monday night raising money as his campaign builds new momentum. As CBS 2’s Marcia Kramer reports, Gingrich isn’t limiting his criticism to the competition.
Will he run or won’t he? There are new reports that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is reconsidering a run in the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
Chris Ward said that despite his “vaunted optimism,” Ronald Reagan “launched a darker strain in American politics, that somehow government itself was the problem.
There is a hint that former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani is testing the presidential waters for 2012.
Cuomo says the near shutdown of the federal government last week is in stark contrast to the bipartisan success seen recently in Albany.
The Fairleigh Dickinson-PublicMind Poll out Thursday pits several potential GOP candidates against Mr. Obama in head-to-head matchups.