(CNN) - Here’s your chance to shape the debate in the race for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.
Use the form below to submit your brief question to the Florida Republican Presidential Debate, co-sponsored by CNN, the Republican Party of Florida, and the Hispanic Leadership Network. Or tweet your questions to #CNNDebate.
(CNN) – A week ago, the Gallup daily tracking poll of registered Republicans around the country had Mitt Romney at 37% with Newt Gingrich at only 14% percent. Guess what? That 23-point spread has now disappeared. The new nation-wide Gallup numbers: Romney 29% percent to Gingrich’s 28% percent. That’s a statistical tie well within the 3-point sampling error.
It only goes to show you how quickly political fortunes can change. Fresh from his double-digit victory over Romney in South Carolina, Gingrich now certainly has the political momentum going with him into Florida’s January 31 primary. He seems to be on a roll.
Charleston, South Carolina (CNN) – The four remaining Republican presidential candidates faced off Thursday for the second time in three days and two days ahead of South Carolina's pivotal primary.
Just weeks ago, South Carolina looked like it might seal the deal for then-front-runner Mitt Romney, but the polls have tightened in the weeks leading up to Saturday's vote.
Charleston, South Carolina (CNN) - Arguing that momentum was on his side after a delayed announcement of victory in Iowa, former Sen. Rick Santorum sought to weaken rivals Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich with a series of direct attacks on the two front-runners in the last South Carolina debate ahead of the state's primary on Saturday.
Santorum charged both Romney and Gingrich would be weaker opponents against President Barack Obama, saying neither could draw a contrast with the incumbent over health care policy.
Charleston, South Carolina (CNN) - And then there were four.
The four major Republican presidential candidates face off Thursday night in the CNN-Southern Republican debate in Charleston, in the final showdown before Saturday's crucial South Carolina primary.
Tune in Thursday at 8 p.m. ET for the CNN/Southern Republican Presidential Debate hosted by John King and follow it on Twitter at #CNNDebate. For real-time coverage of the South Carolina primary, go to CNNPolitics.com or to the CNN apps or CNN mobile web site.
Charleston, South Carolina (CNN) - Good Morning from the Palmetto State.
We’re just a day and a half away from Thursday night’s CNN Southern Republican presidential debate. We’re putting the final touches on the debate hall, which is located at the North Charleston Coliseum. The debate will be the final showdown between the five major Republican White House hopefuls before Saturday’s crucial South Carolina primary.
Tune in Thursday at 8 p.m. ET for the CNN/Southern Republican Presidential Debate hosted by John King and follow it on Twitter at #CNNDebate. For real-time coverage of the South Carolina primary, go to CNNPolitics.com and on the CNN apps for iPhone, iPad, Android or other phones.
Washington (CNN) – The half dozen candidates seeking the Republican presidential nomination will appear next Thursday at a primetime debate in Charleston, two days before the crucial South Carolina primary.
The January 19th event will be hosted by CNN and the Southern Republican Leadership Conference, the umbrella organization of the 14 states that make up the Republican National Committee’s Southern Region: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. It will be held at the North Charleston Coliseum.
(CNN) – Republicans seeking their party's presidential nomination will have four separate ways to qualify for the Southern Republican Presidential Debate, CNN announced Tuesday.
The debate will take place in Charleston on January 19, two days before the crucial South Carolina primary. The event is being co-hosted by the Southern Republican Leadership Conference, the umbrella organization of the Republican National Committee's Southern Region. The region consists of 14 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.
CNN Live: Tune in tonight at 7 p.m. ET for CNN's live special coverage of the Iowa Caucuses and follow real-time results on CNNPolitics.com, the CNN Mobile app on iPhone, Android and Blackberry and on Twitter at #cnnelections.
(CNN) – A GOP candidates' debate slated just days ahead of Florida's primary has found a home: the University of North Florida in Jacksonville.
CNN is co-sponsoring the January 26 event with the Republican Party of Florida and the Hispanic Leadership Network. Florida voters will head to the polls January 31.
(CNN) - Help shape the debate in the race for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.
Use the form below to submit your brief question to CNN’s Republican National Security Debate, co-sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute and the Heritage Foundation. Or tweet your questions to #CNNDebate.