Follow CNN's coverage of the Florida Primary on Twitter LIVE
People wait before Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich visits a voting precinct at the First Baptist Church of Windermere January 31, 2012 in Orlando, Florida.
January 31st, 2012
12:21 PM ET
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Follow CNN's coverage of the Florida Primary on Twitter LIVE

(CNN) - Want to follow all the CNN anchors, correspondents and staff covering tonight’s Florida Primary? Simply follow the master Twitter list "CNN FL Primary" here: @CNNPolitics/cnn-fl-primary

CNN Live: Tune in to CNN on Tuesday night at 6 p.m. ET for CNN's live coverage of the Florida primary results and follow real-time results on CNNPolitics.com and on Twitter at #cnnelections. Stay up to date with CNN apps for iPhone, iPad, Android or other phones.


CNN Live: Tune in tonight at 7 p.m. ET for CNN's live special coverage of the Florida Primary and follow real-time results on CNNPolitics.com, the CNN Mobile app on iPhone, Android and Blackberry and on Twitter at #cnnelections

Here are the individuals, follow them on Twitter as well:

Anchors in studio:
@AndersonCooper
@BrookeBCNN
@ErinBurnett
@JohnKingCNN
@PiersMorgan
@WolfBlitzerCNN

Romney HQ
@CrowleyCNN

Gingrich HQ
@JimAcostaCNN
@MattyHoyeCNN

Ron Paul HQ
@JoeJohnsCNN

Panama City, FL
@ShanTravisCNN

Santorum HQ
@DanaBashCNN
@DeirdreWalshCNN

White House
@YellinCNN

Miller’s Ale House, Miami
@RolandSMartin
@EWErickson

Las Vegas, NV focus group
@TomForemanCNN

Pundits:
@AriFleischer
@DonnaBrazile
@David_Gergen
@AlexCast

Correspondents and anchors:
@AWMooneyCNN
@CNNAshleigh
@LisaDCNN
@PrestonCNN
@PSteinhauserCNN
@SteveBruskCNN
@ZoraidaCNN
@DanLothianCNN
@Soledad_OBrien

Others:
@BartFeder
@BryanMonroeCNN
@politicalticker
@sinderbrandCNN
@JanelleCNN
@KepnesCNN
@MJaconiCNN
@SamFeistCNN
@ChristinaCNN
@JackGrayCNN
@JonathanWald
@StandupKid
@SteveKrak
@Vplus
@pdicarlocnn
@Edie_emery
@CNNPR
@jenscogginscnn
@blevincnn
@aprilcnnpr
@megangrantcnn
@KevinBohnCNN
@CNNExpress
@AdamATCNN
@erikadimmler
@shepherdcnn
@PeterHambyCNN
@StreitfeldCNN
@CWelchCNN


Filed under: 2012 • CNN Election Center • Florida
soundoff (9 Responses)
  1. Reggie from LA

    Interesting seeing those ladies there, in the picture. Can't recall much where Republicans have been fighting for their rights...civil rights. Now I could be wrong and just don't know any better. Many of them that I've seen or met seem very "Stepford" in there demeanor. To be fair though, it would be unAmerican to see them disregard their Democratic- fought-for right to vote so my orignal point is moot.

    January 31, 2012 12:42 pm at 12:42 pm |
  2. Claudia, Houston, Tx

    I bet those ladies in the photo can't shop at "Tiffany's" but Newt's wife can.

    January 31, 2012 12:53 pm at 12:53 pm |
  3. STMannew

    55% of the electorate disapprove of Obama (DEM), 80% disapprove of Senate and Congress (DEM & REP),
    It would seem that the majority of the electorate disapprove of the DEMS and the Republican establishment. Then logically the candidate that is being opposed by the DEMs and REPs establishment does have a good chance against Obama. If 55% of the electorate that disapprove of Obama performance would vote for Obama’s opponent, and if 80% electorate that disapprove the performance of senate and congress would vote for the one candidate that both parties disapprove of, then it would seem that the candidate that both parties oppose would win in the presidential election.
    The Republican establishment approves of Romney, and disapprove of Gingrich, who then logically as the best chance of winning against Obama?

    January 31, 2012 02:10 pm at 2:10 pm |
  4. STMannew

    When it comes to actual civil rights the republicans are far ahead of the democrats, history confirms this. Any "right" that only includes a portion of the population is not a right but a handout. Any party that supports handouts is the party of servitude.

    January 31, 2012 02:16 pm at 2:16 pm |
  5. rich4159

    I predict none of the republicans will get the nominations. I believe there will be a brokered nominee at the convention. Why? Becuase the republicans know the present candidates have very little chance at beating Obama, and that is a sad state of affairs when this party can't put forth a candidate who cannot beat this president. very sad indeed.

    January 31, 2012 02:18 pm at 2:18 pm |
  6. Joe from CT, not Lieberman

    Interesting. A Republicans only primary and I don't see any person of a non-white persuasion in the photo, including the rather gruff looking "bouncer(?)" off the side of the line/

    January 31, 2012 03:54 pm at 3:54 pm |
  7. The Greedy Old Pigs have declared class war on US!

    "Any party that supports handouts is the party of servitude."

    That entire sentence doesn't even make sense. Here's the corrected and accurate version:

    "Any party that doesn't support those in need is the party of the greedy, not the needy."

    January 31, 2012 05:38 pm at 5:38 pm |
  8. Lynn Luckeroth

    have the early voting been added??

    January 31, 2012 08:05 pm at 8:05 pm |
  9. Hamptons realtor

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    April 7, 2012 07:08 pm at 7:08 pm |