By Kate Spalla
The GOP presidential candidates seemed to have ganged up on Mitt Romney. It happened tonight in the South Carolina debate sponsored by Fox News Channel and the Wall Street Journal. The former Massachusetts Governor has won the first two states to vote in the presidential campaign, but his four competitors are fighting for the third state, South Carolina.
By Kate Spalla Revisiting towns seems to be paying off for Rick Santorum. This afternoon he returned to Pella, Iowa to visit the town library. Voters gave him a welcome home. “I’m very impressed that he decided to do this the old-fashioned way, and to go around and shake hands and really listen to people,” said Jaclyn Rundle from Pella.
Rick Santorum is racing to the finish line. He met with voters at the National Sprint Car Museum in Iowa for a quick, last-minute meet and greet before Tuesday’s Caucuses. Santorum has been to all 99 counties in Iowa, and this was not his first time in Marion County. The revisit was a chance to get more intimate with voters.
Below freezing temperatures were no match for these supporters. A crowd of over one-thousand came to hear Mitt Romney. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie flew in for the event. He urged Iowans to replace President Obama. But it sounded more like a threat.
By Katie O’Donnell
Buddy Roemer isn’t your grandpa’s kind of Republican.
The former congressman and governor of Louisiana is running for President of the United States on a platform that is not being discussed by many in the political field today.