Thursday, March 8, 2012
What issue do you think is most important in this election?
Super Tuesday has come and gone with Mitt Romney reportedly edging Rick Santorum, winning six states to Santorum's three, according to CNN. In Wrentham, Romney ran away at the polls, garnering 819 of 1,240 votes cast. Despite victories in six of the 10 states participating in Super Tuesday, experts say Romney's inability to win big and deliver a knockout blow in the GOP race is concerning to the former Massachusetts Governor's campaign. Even with a marginal victory over Santorum in Ohio to claim the majority of states voting at the polls Tuesday, Romney remained confident, telling the Associated Press he is "going to get this nomination." Now that Super Tuesday is over, the campaigning really begins and we want to know what issue you care …
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
The results from today's state presidential primaries.
As the presidential primary results roll in from local towns, we'll have them here, live! Check to see how the candidates fared in the area. Unofficial results so far: Dover Republican Easton Republican Mansfield Democrat Republican Norton Democrat Republican Sharon Republican Sherborn Democrat Republican Wrentham Democrat Republican Foxborough Republican Attleboro Republican Medfield Republican Democrat Stoughton Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney wins Republican Presidential Primary in Stoughton by a landslide: Romney (1453), Santorum (198), Paul (169), Gingrich (83)
Monday, March 5, 2012
Who will win the Super Tuesday primaries? Romney or Santorum? Gingrich or Paul? What do you think about President Obama? Take our poll and let us know.
Tuesday, March 6 is “Super Tuesday” and ten states across the country will be holding primaries or caucuses to help decide the Republican nominee for president in the general election this fall. Massachusetts, along with Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia head to the polls. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum, Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Texas Congressman Ron Paul are all still vying for the Republican nomination. President Barack Obama is not facing a challenger for the Democratic Party’s nomination, so all eyes will be on the Republicans, as it has been for most of this campaign season. Super Tuesday is a key date in the race …