Tag Archives: republican

Ten Chances to Shine

Posted on by Richard Downes

By Richard Downes, Washington Correspondent For the four candidates left in the Republican race to become the nominee for the general election later this year, today, Super Tuesday, is a big day. It may not be the end of the … Continue reading

Romney takes lead to New Hampshire

Posted on by Ray Donoghue

By Richard Downes, Washington Correspondent, in New Hampshire So after Iowa, there’s New Hampshire. This tiny state has a better track record in predicting the winner of the nomination process than the midwest state and there is a lot at … Continue reading

For a dull election, this is quite interesting!

Posted on by Ray Donoghue

Richard Downes, Washington Correspondent, in Iowa As the candidates keep up their hectic schedules in the final hours of the Iowa Caucuses, a picture of some sort is becoming clear. First, Mitt Romney appears to be doing quite well. Becky … Continue reading

No one wins from Iowa, but there’s plenty to lose

Posted on by Paul Cunningham

By Richard Downes, Washington Correspondent, in Iowa On the frozen fields of 100 counties, the candidates are trying to get voters to remember their name in the frantic last hours before they finally cast a vote. Or do they ever … Continue reading