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Do you remember when the Republican Party was the “law and order” Party? Yet now we have the spectacle of the two leading contenders for the Republican nomination for President supporting the commission of crimes.
Wednesday’s Republican presidential debate was the most-watched program in CNN history, drawing an average of 22.9 million viewers during its three hours.
Surgeon Ben Carson is surgin’ in the Republican polls, according to a new survey of voters by CBS News and the New York Times.
Do you remember who had the lead in the Republican presidential race four years ago this week? Of course you don’t, because you know it doesn’t matter who is ahead in the odd-year September.
Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore, polling at or near zero in the national polls in the race for the Republican Party presidential nomination, is challenging GOP front-runner Donald Trump to a one-on-one debate on birthright citizenship.
Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore – yes, he was once Virginia’s governor – is apparently not concerned that he is barely registering as a presidential candidate.
Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore was left off the invite list for the next Republican presidential debate, scheduled for Sept. 16 and to be broadcast on CNN.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich was among the last candidates to declare for the Republican Party presidential nomination, and he was the final candidate added to the 10-candidate field for the first GOP debate.
Donald Trump, somehow, some way, has the lead right now in the Republican Party presidential nomination polls. Which means about as much as being the favorite to win the football game weeks out before the big game.
A new poll from Public Policy Polling has billionaire Donald Trump at the top of the crowded field of Republican Party presidential contenders, even as voters are having obvious issue with his negative comments on 2008 GOP nominee John McCain.