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The real race begins… after New Hampshire

For years, Iowa and New Hampshire have represented one thing for the Presidential nomination process. They’re the initial filter. Conservative Evangelical Iowa and moderate secular New Hampshire have always been ways for leading candidates to build their momentum and weaker candidates to see defeat and leave the field of play.

Marco Rubio Most Electable

Let’s dispel the myth that Marco Rubio is the most electable

For months, journalists and donors who have had private meetings with Marco Rubio have known that his rhetoric is not only repetitive but seems very insincere. As one New Hampshire journalist pointed out after hearing a Rubio endorsement pitch, he seemed to have no soul. Does this make him a risk for the GOP to […]

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Can Ted Cruz sneak up to 2nd in New Hampshire?

Most of the polls leading up to the New Hampshire primary are showing Ted Cruz either 3rd or 4th. The Boston Globe poll even shows him at 5th. Following the ABC News GOP Debate, Cruz and frontrunner Donald Trump did very little to help or hurt their cases. but one notable exchange between Marco Rubio […]

Chris Christie against Marco Rubio

Did Santorum’s endorsement hurt Rubio? Christie hopes so.

Remember Rick Santorum, the 2nd-place finisher in the 2012 GOP primaries who barely registered as a blip on this year’s election radar? He dropped out after Iowa and endorsed Marco Rubio. As a new Chris Christie ad points out, Santorum probably backed the wrong candidate and Rubio probably wishes he never did.