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Super Tuesday

Super Bowl Demonstrates Need for Culture Change

Helen Drinan | Posted 04.08.2013 | Women
Helen Drinan

This year's commercials ranged from a close-up shot of an extended kiss between a nerd and a supermodel to a modern riff on the classic 'lady washing a soapy car,' to two female actors sensually dancing on poles to plug their sitcom. And then there was the halftime show.

The Nonprofit Campaign That Dominated Super Tuesday Social Media

Pat Walsh | Posted 05.09.2012 | Impact
Pat Walsh

A charitable campaign focusing on the atrocities of a third-world warlord was able to so comprehensively take over social media on one of the most critical days in the country's political calendar.

Lawmaker Sues Over Being Turned Away At Polls

The Huffington Post | Ariel Edwards-Levy | Posted 03.12.2012 | Politics

Former Rep. Lincoln Davis (D-Tenn.) is suing over being denied the right to vote in Tennessee's Super Tuesday primary. Davis, whose name was errone...

Jason Linkins

TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

HuffingtonPost.com | Jason Linkins | Posted 03.11.2012 | Media

Today there's going to be... well, there's going to be a lot of Newt Gingrich, I'm afraid. Also, John McCain is here to talk about what countries he wants to bomb.

Not So Super Tuesday Report

Will Durst | Posted 05.10.2012 | Comedy
Will Durst

All Mitt Romney has been doing for five years is training to run for President. How much better can he get at this? Pretty sure his learning curve has used up all its bendy parts.

Republican To Candidates: 'Put On Your Big Boy Pants'

AP | STEPHEN OHLEMACHER | Posted 05.09.2012 | Politics

WASHINGTON — Mitt Romney's Super Tuesday victories elicited a collective yawn from his party's superdelegates. Since Tuesday's voting, Romney h...

Jason Linkins

The 2012 Speculatron Weekly Roundup For March 9, 2012

HuffingtonPost.com | Jason Linkins | Posted 05.09.2012 | Politics

Bill Kristol says it's just getting started. Sarah Palin says all bets are off. Other GOP luminaries say that so far, what they've seen has been "a collective yawn." What are they talking about? The GOP race for the 2012 presidential nomination, that's what. And all of these assessments have been handed down from on high in the wake of Super Tuesday's results. But wasn't Super Tuesday a pretty unequivocal win for Mitt Romney, leaving him as the only candidate with a path to the nomination that doesn't require a series of miraculous events?

Santorum's Sweater Vests Leave Republicans in the Cold

Howard Barbanel | Posted 05.09.2012 | Politics
Howard Barbanel

While it is a conservative way to dress, thanks to the peripatetic Mr. Santorum, said attire has now become synonymous with a level of conservatism that is far beyond my comfort zone and is forcing me to reconsider how to best stay warm while not being branded intolerant.

WATCH: Colbert Hits Snooze On His 'Countdown To Loving Mitt' Clock

The Huffington Post | Seena Vali | Posted 06.29.2012 | Comedy

In anticipation of the "Super Tuesday" Republican primaries, Stephen Colbert was prepared to finally profess his love and support for GOP front-runner...

Greatest Show on Earth: How the GOP Primaries Became a 3-Ring Circus

Nick Spare | Posted 07.24.2012 | Teen
Nick Spare

From Donald Trump to Newt Gingrich's moon colony, the Republicans that have left their mark on the 2012 primaries bear an uncanny resemblance to the quirky gaggle of dinner guests in Dinner for Schmucks.

What Mitt Can Learn From Rick

Melanie Batley | Posted 05.08.2012 | Politics
Melanie Batley

Mitt is compelling and will be the nominee, but the lesson he should learn is that there is no replacement for getting personal with a voter. He will need to know that going into a general election.

WATCH: Jon Stewart Mocks CNN's Virtual Convention

Posted 03.08.2012 | Comedy

Super Tuesday didn't quite turn out the way Jon Stewart hoped. Americans were promised a decisive day of voting, one that would bring an end to "t...

Jon Ward

Santorum's Last Chance

HuffingtonPost.com | Jon Ward | Posted 03.08.2012 | Politics

BOSTON –- Rick Santorum has had two big shots at breaking the Republican presidential primary wide open, in Michigan and then Ohio, and has fallen s...

WATCH: HuffPost Super Tuesday Video Stream Features Seamus Romney

Posted 03.07.2012 | Politics

HuffPost ran a nearly six-hour live video stream covering the Republican Super Tuesday presidential primaries, and the results were . . . fun! Armed w...

Sam Stein

Obama Campaign Ramps Up In Ohio As GOP Leaves

HuffingtonPost.com | Sam Stein | Posted 03.07.2012 | Politics

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- President Barack Obama's re-election campaign is, at its heart, a numbers-driven operation. And among the many mathematically based ...

Jason Linkins

The Media Having Hard Time Accepting The Fact That Romney Won Last Night

HuffingtonPost.com | Jason Linkins | Posted 05.07.2012 | Media

Because the primary process is designed to be elongated, and because the media loves exciting storylines, a night where Mitt Romney went out and did everything he was supposed to do has been turned into a Pyrrhic victory for Rick Santorun and Newt Gingrich, two guys who split a smaller portion of delegates between the two of them, underperformed throughout the night, and who have big limitations on their campaign infrastructure going forward. What everyone should be saying is that we now have a race between one guy who could conceivably notch the nomination and three guys who might delay him. Instead, we're hearing that Romney could not deliver the "knockout punch" in a contest that ended up a "Republican Split Decision" and that it's actually Romney who has "no clear path to victory."

The Daily Szep -- ...on Super Tuesday

Paul Szep | Posted 05.07.2012 | Politics
Paul Szep

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The Power of Running on Clean Energy -- Even for GOP Candidates

Heather Taylor-Miesle | Posted 05.07.2012 | Politics
Heather Taylor-Miesle

At a time when jobs are scarce and gas prices are high, smart candidates are discovering the power of running on clean energy.

Love Lost and Hope Found: A Super Tuesday Summation

Ilene Angel | Posted 05.07.2012 | Politics
Ilene Angel

To Newt, bless his heart: three wives, two religions, and one moon colony later, I'm not sure "tortoise" is the choice I would have gone with to describe myself, but okay, tortoise it is. Best of luck to you.

Why Republicans Weren't Excited on Super PAC Tuesday

Blair Bowie | Posted 05.07.2012 | Politics
Blair Bowie

The equivalent of 0.000351% of the population of the United States (or just 35 of every 10 million Americans) has given 96% of the money determining who stays and who goes in the Republican primary.

Super Tuesday Surprise! Santorum Now Has a Woman Problem

Margie Omero | Posted 05.07.2012 | Politics
Margie Omero

Republican women may have flirted with Rick Santorum, but they're now less interested in going all the way. In the early contests, Santorum did better with women than with men. Now, his early strength with women has become a weakness.

A Long Way To Go

AP | STEPHEN OHLEMACHER | Posted 05.07.2012 | Politics

WASHINGTON — No, it's not over yet. But at this rate Mitt Romney's rivals won't catch him unless they pull off an unlikely fight at the Republic...

Super Tuesday: How Much Did Republicans Spend On Television Per Delegate?

The Huffington Post | Paul Blumenthal | Posted 03.07.2012 | Politics

Mitt Romney emerged from Super Tuesday the winner of a majority of delegates -- 208 -- from the 11 states that went to vote. Winning those delegates, ...

Romney Takes Home Ohio Delegates, but the Race is Far From Over

Kate Harsh | Posted 05.07.2012 | Teen
Kate Harsh

Had Romney or Santorum won Ohio by a landslide vote, the winner could have made the case that he is the best candidate to take on Obama. But that argument, for Romney, is becoming harder to win.

What Super Tuesday Can Tell Us About the Future of The GOP

Cheryl Contee | Posted 05.07.2012 | Black Voices
Cheryl Contee

As GOP primary voters lurch from Santorum to Romney to Gingrich to Paul and back again, one thing is clear: the Republican party is undergoing a seismic shift in consciousness whose appeal to the American people is increasingly dubious.