By Dave Andrusko Front runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton each carried seven states on Super Tuesday, adding to their delegate count as candidates in both parties gear up for the first big surge of winner-take-all states on March 15 in places such as Ohio, Florida, Missouri, Illinois, and North Carolina. Texas Senator Ted Cruz …Continue reading "Clinton, Trump lead Super Tuesday results"
By Dave Andrusko When the results of the ten-state “Super Tuesday” are dividing 6-3-1, there is something for Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and Newt Gingrich to each take away. Romney, former governor of Massachusetts, carried the most states (six) and the most delegates, widening his lead. In addition to prevailing over Santorum by one percentage …Continue reading "Romney Carries Six States in “Super Tuesday”"
By Dave Andrusko As mentioned in “NRLC Warnings Prove Prophetic,” I received many, many responses to the stories we wrote last week which attested to just how far the anti-life group is willing to go. What I didn’t mention was the equally encouraging number of you who were not snookered by the mini-wave of stories …Continue reading "What to take away from current Presidential polling numbers"
By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director On February 28, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney prevailed in both Arizona’s and Michigan’s Republican presidential primaries. Carrying 47% of the vote, Romney won all of Arizona’s 29 delegates in a closed winner-take-all primary. Former Senator Rick Santorum came in second with 27%. Next in line …Continue reading "Mitt Romney Wins Michigan and Arizona, Attention Turns to “Super Tuesday”"