The rampant proliferation of overcrowded candidate debates may provide the media with the names they demand to draw big audiences, but they don't work as platforms for public illumination.
Mitt Romney got the headline from Florida that he was seeking out of the New York Times: "Romney Wins Big Over Gingrich." That's one way of looking at...
To really lure Hispanics, Romney said he'll veto the DREAM Act, which would give some undocumented youth a path to legalization, and Gingrich said he'll veto only half of it. Both promised English only in government.
Mitt Romney may have won Florida, but the Gingrich campaign isn't letting trivialities like the popular vote distract them from the Republican nomination.
The Florida primary is in the history books and Mitt Romney romped Newt Gingrich. While the Romney campaign should pat itself on the back, they should keep the champagne on ice for now. The polls show President Obama down in Florida, but he may have gotten the last laugh.
"Honestly, I [registered] Republican because my family, who has been here for years, is. The truth is, I haven't heard anything positive from these candidates. All they do is fling dirt at one another," Hernandez said.
Evidence that Goldman is not only holding on to these mortgages, they still have the ability to foreclose on homeowners, even those in the Sunshine State.
Shame on Romney for lying to Florida seniors as he cheers on Paul Ryan's plan to take away their health care and retirement security.
Hispanic voters constitute 11% of all registered Republicans throughout the state of Florida, but here in Miami-Dade County in the southern part of the state, where the Cuban and Cuban-American vote reigns supreme, they constitute 72% of Republican votes. Spanish-language television and radio ads are the order of the day.
Romney turned the tables on Gingrich in Florida through some smart tactical moves -- including an extraordinary early voting effort -- and an all-out blitz on Gingrich. They have been dropping pianos on Newt for 10 days and it has politically destroyed him.
As voters discover the truth about the kind of business Romney practiced, the candidate is finding out that coming to town now means bad news for his popularity. The more voters learn about him, the less they like him. It's not hard to see why.
TAMPA, Fla. -- Here's a good description of the disorganization bordering on chaos that regularly surrounds Newt Gingrich's presidential campaign. Th...
Romney better enjoy what appears to be a likely victory in Florida while he can. Because it may end up bouncing about as far as Gingrich's South Carolina win did -- not very far.
The Florida housing market represents the worst of the bubble and hope for recovery. Let's hope the Republican candidates have something to say about it, because Florida voters will.
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50 delegates — out of 2,286 — are at stake. All 50 will go to the statewide winner.