Category Archive: Gary Johnson

Paul Beats Out Gingrich in Close Iowa Caucus Straw Poll

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In the most recent 2012IowaCaucus.com Straw Poll Congressman Ron Paul edged out Former Speaker, Newt Gingrich 990 to 984. Texas Governor Rick Perry seems to be slowly climbing back into the race finishing third with 643 votes. Mitt Romney and Michelle Bachmann finish out the top five. Straw Poll: Who will win the 2012 Iowa …

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Herman Cain Edges Paul and Perry in Iowa Online Straw Poll

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Herman Cain finished with 1,308 votes (25% of the vote) to finish first in the most recent 2012IowaCaucus.com straw poll. Previous winner Ron Paul finished a close second with 1,209 votes (23% of the vote) while Rick Perry garnered 21% (1,079 votes) of the vote to finish third. Newt Gingrich made major gains finishing with …

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Will the Tea Party Have a Seat at Iowa Caucuses?

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It is hard to predict the effect Tea Party voters will have on the Iowa Republican Caucus race. They don’t seem interested in backing any single candidate, at least not yet. Can the Tea Party be a fly in Mitt Romney’s ointment and play a surprise king (or queen) maker in the upcoming Iowa caucuses? …

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Cain Vaults into Lead in Iowa Caucus

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In a recent Public Policy Polling poll Herman Cain has vaulted into the number one slot in Iowa with 30% of GOP support besting former front runner, Mitt Romney, who continues to slip with 22%. Poll Result Cain  30% Mitt Romney 22% Ron Paul 10% Rick Perry 9% Newt Gingrich 8% Michele Bachmann 8% Rick …

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Johnson Snubbed by New Hampshire Debate Comittee

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Former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson did not meet the criteria for participating in the June 13th CNN, WMUR and the New Hampshire Union Leader Republican debate. The criteria were based on opinion polling done both nationally and in New Hampshire. The candidates could either reach 2 percent in national polls conducted in April or …

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