Newt Gingrich is committed to making sure Mitt Romney isn't the Republican nominee for president of the United States. But on Tuesday, he failed to win two states that many had said were crucial to his victory.
Mitt Romney's gotten good news in the latest polls. His support is trending upward, buoyed by a series of a high profile endorsements. But Newt Gingrich is seeing an uptick in support as well, especially in southern states.
As Super Tuesday elections approach, three battleground states that are home to large populations of America's blue collar workers will be in play. But blue collar workers are swing group, economically liberal, socially conservative. So just who will they support next week, as well as in November.
Mitt Romney won the Arizona primary handily and eked out a victory in Michigan, giving him two victories he badly needed to help him build lost momentum in the race to win the Republican presidential nomination.
As Mitt Romney looks to consolidate his position in Arizona, and perhaps shore up support for the general election in a state that used to be solidly Republican but it slowly turning purple, he picked up a key endorsement from popular Gov. Jan Brewer.
You may have heard of brokered conventions, but what you mean might better be described as a 'contested' convention. And one political scientist says this year's Republican convention is shaping up to possibly be a contested one -- but it's still not likely.
Voters in Arizona and Colorado will go to the polls on Tuesday to state their preference among the four remaining Republican presidential hopefuls: Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul. At a debate Wednesday night, the closeness of the race was on display as the candidates fought it out with some of the sharpest exchanges of the campaign.