Tag Archives: 2012 primaries

Republican Primary Schedule

As the Republican Debate schedule comes to a close, the primary voting schedule is getting off the ground.  Click on the states’ names to see results for primaries/caucuses that are open or have completed. For an overview of the 2012 election process, delegate counts and more go to our 2012 election center. Republican Primaries/Caucuses by date: January… Read More »

Me First! Florida Moves its Primaries to January 31

Just as they did in 2007, the state of Florida has decided to move its presidential primaries up to January 31, leaping over the traditional race starters of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, in Nevada. When Florida moved its primaries in 2007, it caused both the Democratic and Republican national committees to penalize the state… Read More »

GOP N.H. Debate: What Did We Learn?

The one thing that stands out in my mind after watching the GOP Presidential Debate in New Hampshire last night is that we have a stronger, more potent group of challengers to Barack Obama than most people know, or are willing to admit today, especially in the media. While we have been told there is no… Read More »

Who Would You Vote For in the 2012 Presidential Primary

There is some contention between Conservatives, Republicans, Libertarians and Tea Party members. Just how will the primary vote go? Well, that’s up to you. What kind of candidate are you looking for? [poll id=”18″]

Liberal Strategy, Perception v. Reality and the 2012 Election [Podcast]

The religious right, gun owners, libertarians and fiscal conservatives of all types are being demonized. Not crushed outright, but marginalized to the point that they might just check out in 2012. The liberal main-stream media is either purposefully or naively assisting the progressive agenda.  One-by-one, character blemishing is being used not to destroy Conservative candidates,… Read More »