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Tea Party's Moffett Hopes for Upset in Kentucky Primary

Tea Party’s Moffett Hopes for Upset in Kentucky Primary

Though Senate President David Williams is heavily favored to win tomorrow’s Republican primary for governor in Kentucky for the right to take on Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear, who is running unopposed for his party’s nomination, Tea Party activist Phil Moffett believes a major upset is still possible. Williams, who maintains a double-digit lead heading into [...]

The Real Reason Why Huckabee Won't Run?

The Real Reason Why Huckabee Won’t Run?

Long-shot presidential aspirant Fred Karger of California told supporters in an e-mail earlier today that there is one less candidate in the Republican presidential race and he couldn’t be happier. “I know Mike Huckabee is supposed to be a nice guy, but his hateful words about the LGBT community will now be confined to his [...]

Key Huckabee Supporter in South Carolina Backs Jon Huntsman

Key Huckabee Supporter in South Carolina Backs Jon Huntsman

A key supporter of Mike Huckabee’s 2008 presidential campaign in South Carolina said today that he will back Jon Huntsman for the Republican presidential nomination if the former Utah governor and ex-ambassador to China enters the race, according to several sources. Mike Campbell, the son of the late Gov. Carroll Campbell and whose mother served [...]

'The Donald' Ducks Out

‘The Donald’ Ducks Out

Donald Trump ended months of speculation by saying what many others already knew. He’s not running for president in 2012. The publicity-seeking real estate mogul and television celebrity announced his decision in a statement earlier this afternoon. “After considerable deliberation and reflection, I have decided not to pursue the office of the presidency,” said Trump. [...]

Milton Street Tries to Shake Up Philadelphia’s Sleepy Mayoral Race

Milton Street Tries to Shake Up Philadelphia’s Sleepy Mayoral Race

While an unusually low turnout is expected in Philadelphia’s low-key mayoral primary on Tuesday, the only real suspense — at least on the Democratic side — is precisely how many Democrats will reluctantly cast a protest vote for former state Sen. T. Milton Street, Sr., Mayor Michael Nutter’s only rival on the primary ballot. The flamboyant [...]