Posts Tagged ‘Romney’
 

 

Ted Cruz’s Road to Nowhere.

Larry Sabato loves to quote T.S. Eliot. In writing about the demise of Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s campaign on Wednesday, Sabato wrote, “To borrow from T.S. Eliot: This is the way Marco Rubio’s campaign ends, not with a...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

South Carolina Primer

Four years ago, I spent about ten days in South Carolina for the First in the South primary. It was fascinating getting to experience what it’s like in another early state, and it was also nice to escape Iowa’s winter weath...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

The Establishment’s Half-Hearted Effort in Iowa

Mitt Romney may have never won the Iowa caucuses, but in both of his presidential runs, he did show establishment Republicans that success can be found in the state. Romney never even carried a third of Iowa’s 99 counties, bu...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Iowa Caucus Perspective: Ground Game Edition

The New York Times took a swipe at Donald Trump’s Iowa campaign on Saturday. The article was titled, Donald Trump Campaign Lags in Mobilizing Iowa Caucus Voters. The article claims that Trump’s ground game in Iowa isn’t u...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Jeb’s Quiet Push in Iowa

  On Monday night in Ames, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush spoke to a couple hundred Story County Republicans at the Judge Joseph Story Dinner at the Prairie Moon Winery. Bush didn’t appear to be a candidate who felt ou...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Iowa Republicans Appear to be Open to Immigration Reform

An Iowa presidential poll conducted back in April by the Partnership for a New American Economy, a group that advocates for immigration reform, shows that the actual views of Republican caucus goers on the hot-button issues may...
by Craig Robinson