Posts Tagged ‘Huckabee’
 

 

Understanding King’s Endorsement of Ted Cruz

Senator Ted Cruz landed a coveted Iowa endorsement on Monday when Congressman Steve King, the conservative standard bearer, backed the Texas Senator’s presidential bid. King’s endorsement of Cruz should come as no surprise....
by Craig Robinson

 
 

The GOP Undercard Puts on an Impressive Show

If you have longed for a substantive debate on the issues that allows for the candidates to show how their different from their Republican opponents, the Fox Business debate delivered. Not only was it informative, but the dynam...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Delegate Problems: Jindal and Christie Shut Out in Alabama

With all of the attention presidential politics receives these days, one would think that things like ballot access and lining up delegates in a particular state would garner some news coverage. As has always been the case, pro...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

The Eight is Enough Debate Debacle

The Republican presidential debates have been cash cows for the news organizations hosting the first three events, but beyond the ratings and entertainment value they provided, when it comes to helping voters determine who is w...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Rubio’s Bad Day Turns into His Big Night

Regardless of whether you like the Republican presidential debates or not, they have been the biggest driver in poll numbers. It’s not a new phenomenon. We witnessed the same thing in the 2012 presidential race. The first deb...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Huckabee continues to piece together his 2008 caucus coalition.

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee continues to reconstruct the political coalition in Iowa that helped him win the 2008 Iowa Republican caucuses. Two months ago Huckabee earned the endorsement of Terry Amann, an influentia...
by Craig Robinson