The most important primary for Mike Huckabee this week is Virginia, which is winner take all — 63 delegates. It’s almost a “must win” for Huckabee. It would be a huge win and give him great momentum. It’s not over…Read more
Two down, nine victories to go! The ABC Coalition gains steam! (ABC: Anybody But ‘Cain!) Mike Huckabee has won victories in Kansas and Louisiana once again taking states where John McCain led in the polls only a week ago. I…Read more
After crunching all the numbers in my entry entitled, Is John McCain the inevitable nominee? I got an email yesterday saying Mitt Romney had dropped out of the race. Romney said he would endorse McCain if he won the nomination.…Read more
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is expected to suspend his campaign today. The only question is does he endorse McCain or Huckabee? The following is from CNN: Romney had won 270 delegates in through the Super Tuesday contests, compared with…Read more
If you are part of the “anybody-but-McCain” coalition, don’t give up hope just yet! The delegate count since Tuesday has been readjusted. You may have noticed that some news programs show different counts. Why is that? Some are assuming that…Read more
As of the morning after Super Tuesday, this is how it stands: Delegates needed to win – 1,191 McCain – 597 Romney – 240 Huckabee – 178 Paul – 14 Since John McCain is more than halfway to the magic…Read more
Last week, I wrote that John McCain cannot win the Republican nomination with an outright majority because most Republican primary voters will split between Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul. Unless McCain takes every one of the “winner take…Read more
I don’t think John McCain can win the nomination with an outright majority. Too much of the conservative base of the Republican Party is stacked against him. Depending on who does better on Super Tuesday, Romney and Huckabee ought to…Read more
I voted for Mike Huckabee in the Florida primaries yesterday and I hope his lead in four or five states can hold up until Super Tuesday. I was almost persuaded not to vote for Huckabee over a month ago when…Read more
A well-known social activist here in the Orlando area, John Stemberger, has changed his endorsement from Fred Thompson to Mike Huckabee. Simply, Huckabee endorses a sanctity of life and marriage amendment to the Constitution, while Thompson does not. John is…Read more
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