An effort by a former New Hampshire Republican Party official to throw celebrity developer Donald Trump off the state's presidential primary ballot was defeated Tuesday after election officials said they had verified Mr. Trump was in fact registered as a Republican in his home state of New York.
Sitting around the television with your family this Thanksgiving weekend? If you live in Iowa, South Carolina or New Hampshire, you will be subject to an onslaught of ads from four Republican presidential hopefuls—and you have Donald Trump and NBC to thank for it. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — NBC agreed Monday to give four Republican presidential candidates free time on affiliates in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina after they complained Donald Trump unfairly benefited from appearing as "Saturday Night...Show More Summary
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio will make a Thanksgiving debut on Iowa television stations with a 60-second biographical commercial meant to emphasize his humble roots by highlighting his father's work as a bartender. "When I was younger, I didn't fully appreciate all he did for us," Rubio says in the ad, adding later: "My father stood […]
A pattern? “[Sen.] Rubio is emerging as the Republican alternative to Trump in New Hampshire through a methodical move into second place. Rubio led in voters’ approval, with a 64 percent favorable — 22 percent unfavorable rating. When asked which Republican had the best chance of beating the Democratic nominee, Trump finished first at 31 percent and Rubio was […]
(Paul Mirengoff) According to most polls, Donald Trump’s support among Republicans is close to 30 percent, and the conventional wisdom, I think, is that he has the solid support of 20 to 25 percent of Republicans. In a field as crowded...Show More Summary
NBC viewers in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina should be prepared to see a lot of four Republican candidates over the Thanksgiving weekend.
With three months remaining before primary votes are cast, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to dominate the Republican race in New Hampshire. Continue reading ? The post New poll shows Trump far ahead among New Hampshire GOP voters appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Derp Furor. pic.twitter.com/ZcVREq6aDg — Bob Schooley (@Rschooley) November 20, 2015 Nate Cohn, in the NYTimes, says “The G.O.P. Establishment Has a Big New Hampshire Problem“: The last two Republican presidential primary contests have followed the same script: A conservative candidate wins in Iowa, a relative moderate wins in New Hampshire, and the latter — with […]
He may have been the last Republican candidate to officially file in New Hampshire, but Ben Carson wants you to know how serious he is.
Republicans have three ways to make the cut for the main stage of fifth presidential primary debate on CNN Dec. 15: An average of at least 3.5% nationally; at least 4% in Iowa; or at least 4% in New Hampshire. Right now nine candidates...Show More Summary
Nate Cohn: The last two Republican presidential primary contests have followed the same script: A conservative candidate wins in Iowa, a relative moderate wins in New Hampshire, and the latter — with broader appeal and all of the establishment’s resources — outlasts the former in a protracted fight for the nomination. But so far this […]
“CNN is broadening its criteria for next month’s Republican presidential debate, including polling from Iowa and New Hampshire to determine which candidates make the main stage,” the New York Times reports. “The cable network said on Friday that candidates will [...]
CNN said that Republican candidates will need to have either a national polling average of 3.5 percent or higher, or be polling at 4 percent or higher in Iowa or New Hampshire, to qualify for the prime-time debate, which will be held in Las Vegas on Dec. 15.
A new poll out of New Hampshire shows front runner Donald Trump gaining momentum while Dr. Ben Carson is losing ground. And herein lies the makings of Jeb Bush's path to the Republican presidential nomination. The current GOP primary campaign is like no other in political history. Show More Summary
Fox News released the results of its latest New Hampshire primary poll on Wednesday and it doesn't look good for Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson. The poll, which is the first conducted since Friday's attacks in Paris, finds Donald Trump leading the GOP field with 27 percent of Republican primary voters. Show More Summary
A new survey from WBUR demonstrates Mr. Trump's enduring popularity as he leads with the support of 22 percent of likely Republican primary voters. Ben Carson and Senator Marco Rubio of Florida trail him, each with 11 percent.
Other states that would be impacted by repealing the health law's Medicaid expansion include Ohio, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Illinois, all represented by Republican senators facing tough re-election fights next year in presidential battleground states targeted by Democrats. Republican Sen. Show More Summary
Republicans have been mocking Hillary Rodham Clinton since she told voters in New Hampshire last week of her contemplation about joining the military in the 1970s. Similar criticism coming from a Democrat and a decorated veteran is striking.
When speaking to a local New Hampshire ABC affiliate Thursday, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz went on a long aside about his favorite scene from the movie "The Princess Bride."