Category Archives: Gingrich

Endorsements Update

Rumor is that Gingrich will come out for Huckabee Tommy Oliver  12-14-2007

Judge Robert Bork Endorses Mitt Romney Jason Bonham  12-15-2007

Today over 100 retired admirals and generals endorsed John McCain for President of the United States at a press conference in Columbia, South Carolina.  LJ  12-15-2007

 The Union Leader, the Boston Globe and the Des Moines Register have all endorsed John McCain for President  Aron Goldman  12-15-2007

THE WEEKLY STANDARD has learned that Sen. Joe Lieberman, the 2000 Democratic vice-presidential nominee, will endorse Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) for president tomorrow.  William Kristol  12-16-2007

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Newt Will Not Run

 Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich will not run for president in 2008 after determining he could not legally explore a bid and remain as head of his tax-exempt political organization.  Libby Quaid  9-29-2007

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Dobson’s 2008 Strategy Examined

“It’s not a coincidence that you saw Dr. Dobson attacking Fred Thompson when he did,” says a former associate of Dobson’s. “There’s a strategy here, and it’s about clearing the way for Gingrich to get in.

“Newt Gingrich is examining whether or not to enter a “testing the waters” campaign phase beginning the first week of October.  According to Gingrich associates, he is mulling an announcement tour that would include appearances on one major Sunday morning show next weekend, along with several Fox News shows on Monday, as well as an appearance on Dr. James Dobson’s radio show The Prowler  9-24-2007

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Giuliani Speaking at the NRA

The National Rifle Association  will be holding a “Celebration of American Values” this weekend in Washington DC.

Speakers include some of the movement’s best-known conservatives, both on and off the presidential ballot, including Newt Gingrich, former Attorney General John Ashcroft, Fred D. Thompson and Senator John McCain. But perhaps the most-watched remarks will be those given by Rudolph W. Giuliani, who was a vocal supporter of gun control as mayor of New York.  Sarah Wheaton  9-19-2007

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Ohio GOP Strategic Vision Poll

Strategic Vision GOP Ohio Primary

  • Rudy Giuliani 34%
  • Fred Thompson 21%
  • John McCain 9%
  • Mitt Romney 8%
  • Newt Gingrich 5%
  • Mike Huckabee 4%
  • Ron Paul 3%
  • Tom Tancredo 2%
  • Sam Brownback 2%
  • Duncan Hunter 1%
  • Undecided 11%

Survey of 1,200 likely primary voters was conducted September 14-16. The margin of error is +/- 3 percentage points.   9-18-2007

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Ohio Quinnipiac Poll for September

Ohio GOP Primary 9/6 (last results from August 8 in parenthesis)
Rudy Giuliani 21% (29%)
Fred Thompson 15% (11%)
John McCain 10% (11%)
Newt Gingrich 9% (8%)
Mitt Romney 8% (8%)
Mike Huckabee 3% (1%)

Favorability rating: Favorables- Unfavorables-Haven’t Heard Enough

Republicans only 70%-14%-15%
Independents 51%-26%-21%

Total 44%-28%-25%
Republicans Only 59%-19%-22%
Independents 44%-26%-26%

Total 24%-20%-54%
Republicans Only 44%-7%-48%
Independents 22%-20%-57%

Total 25%-15%-58%
Republicans Only 44%-2%-52%
Independent 25%-12%-60%

August 28 – September 3, Quinnipiac University surveyed 1,430 Ohio voters, with a margin of error of +/- 2.6 percentage points.  Tommy Oliver 9-6-2007

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Michigan and Nevada Polls

Michigan (Aug 8-13)  Thompson 22%, Giuliani 19%, McCain 16%, Newt 15%, Romney 12%

Nevada (Aug 16) Romney 28%, Giuliani 18%, Fred Thompson 18%, McCain 8%, Newt 4%, Huckabee 3%, Undecided 18%,_2008  8-17-2007

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