Republican Candidates 2011-12. April - October. Texas Gov. Rick Perry. Former MA Gov. Mitt Romney. Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich. Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty. Former PA Sen. Rick Santorum. Herman Cain, CEO. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas.
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April - October
Current Governor of Indiana
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`The 2012 United States Republican Party presidential debates are a series of political debates being held, prior to the 2012 Republican primaries, among candidates for the Republican presidential nomination in the national election of 2012.
Five Republican presidential hopefuls participate in the first debate of the 2012 race in South Carolina, tackling issues from the global terrorist threat to domestic concerns:
"Right here, this day, this hour and this moment, I have looked inside of me. I came here to declare my candidacy for the Republican nomination for president of the United States of America.”
With Palin in the field, the candidates rank as follows:
Michele Bachmann announces presidential runMichele Bachmann announced her intentions to run for president during the Republican debate in New Hampshire, Monday.
Former PA Sen. Rick Santorum blasted his fellow GOP presidential candidate Tuesday.
The 4th Debate: Republican presidential candidates answer questions at the Reagan Library Wednesday in Simi Valley, Calif. (September 7, 2011)
Republican presidential candidate Texas Gov. Rick Perry gestures during a Republican presidential debate on Monday in Tampa. (September 12, 2011)
The final tally:
Herman Cain 37%
Rick Perry 15%
Mitt Romney 14%
Rick Santorum 11%,
Ron Paul 10%
Newt Gingrich 9%.
Jon Huntsman 2%
Michele Bachmann 2%
The straw poll in Orlando was non-binding, and voting was limited to about 3,500 delegates who had paid $175 each to attend.
Rick Perry — 28%
Mitt Romney — 21%
Newt Gingrich — 10%
Ron Paul — 10%
Herman Cain — 7%
Sarah Palin — 7%
Michele Bachmann — 4%
Rick Santorum — 3%
Jon Huntsman — 1%
Rick Perry – 30%
Mitt Romney — 22%
Newt Gingrich — 11%
Herman Cain — 9%
Ron Paul — 7%
Ron Paul 37%Herman Cain 23%Rick Santorum 16%Rick Perrry 8%Michele Bachmann 8%Mitt Romney 4%Newt Gingrich 3%Jon Huntsman 0%
In an interview with the Omaha World-Herald published Tuesday (10/11/11) , the GOP White House hopeful said if his presidential bid fails, he would "consider" the No. 2 spot.
"I want to support Gov. Romney because I believe he's the best person to be able to articulate Republican values and defeat Barack Obama in November 2012."
One man running for president has suffered the most unrelentingly negative treatment of all:
Michele Bachmann speaks at the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition Presidential Forum on Oct. 22. Congress should prevent the federal courts from involving themselves in the dispute over same-sex marriage.
The large Republican presidential field, along with the dramatic surges and collapses of several of its candidates, may ultimately be much ado about nothing. That, at least, is the conclusion of the Republican strategists surveyed in this week's National Journal Political Insiders Poll, who almost unanimously identified Mitt Romney as the most likely candidate to win the nomination.
Democratic Insiders, meanwhile, largely believe Republicans are on the right track, with more than two-thirds of them naming Romney as the strongest candidate the GOP could nominate for the 2012 election.
Ron Paul wins both tallies at GOP straw poll in Iowa(Des Moines, Iowa) Ron Paul has won two separate tallies for the National Federation of Republican Assemblies Presidential Straw Poll.
Iowa Voters (N=430)
Non-Iowa Voters (N=101)
Ron Paul 26%
Herman Cain 25%,
Rick Perry 16%
Rick Santorum 16%,
Newt Gingrich 11%
Michelle Bachmann 6%
Mitt Romney 1%
John Huntsman 0%
Gary Johnson 0%.
"I readily admit, I'm not the best debater in the world," Perry said on "Fox News Sunday." "With as many debates as we've got coming up, I may be a pretty good debater when it's all said and done."