12:07 AM, Oct 12, 2011 • By MICHAEL WARREN
At the beginning of the second hour of Tuesday night's debate in Hanover, New Hampshire, moderator Charlie Rose prompted each candidate to ask another candidate a question. More than half the candidates used the opportunity to take on Romney.
Herman Cain touted his own 9-9-9 tax plan as "simple, transparent, efficient, fair and neutral" and asked Romney if the former Massachusetts governor could name all 59 parts of his own economic plan and whether that plan was simple, transparent, efficient, fair and neutral.
11:35 PM, Oct 11, 2011 • By FRED BARNES
Another Republican presidential debate, another forceful performance by Mitt Romney. The subject was the economy, jobs, and finance—Romney’s strong suits—and he made the most of it, having more to say on those subjects and saying it more cogently than the other seven candidates.
7:51 PM, Oct 8, 2011 • By MICHAEL WARREN
A calmer, more subdued Michele Bachmann took to the stage Friday night at the Values Voter Summit in Washington. Her voice was noticeably less passionate than in stump speeches past.
The old standards were all there: I will repeal Obamacare, she promised. Conservatives don’t have to settle for a moderate, she pleaded. Let’s make Barack Obama a “One! Term! President!” she chanted, though this time it sounded more like, “One. Term. President.”
8:14 AM, Oct 7, 2011 • By DANIEL HALPER
Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann sat down last night with Steve Hayes, Bret Baier, Charles Krauthammer, and Dan Balz for a roundtable interview:
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2:04 PM, Sep 28, 2011 • By MICHAEL WARREN
The polling firm American Research Group has a new survey of Iowa Republican voters, showing Mitt Romney leading with 21 percent, Michele Bachmann receiving 15 percent of support, and Rick Perry with 14 percent. A full 15 percent of those polled are undecided. ARG polled 600 likely Republican caucus goers in Iowa.
6:48 PM, Sep 24, 2011 • By MICHAEL WARREN
Herman Cain won today's Florida Republican party straw poll with 37.1 percent of the vote. Rick Perry came in second at 15.4 percent, with Mitt Romney not far behind in third at 14 percent. Michele Bachmann, who won last month's straw poll in Ames, Iowa, came in last today with only 1.5 percent. Here are the full results:
Herman Cain, 37.1%
Rick Perry, 15.4%
Mitt Romney, 14%
Rick Santorum, 10.9%
Ron Paul, 10.4%
Newt Gingrich, 8.4%
Jon Huntsman, 2.3%
Michele Bachmann, 1.5%
10:15 AM, Sep 23, 2011 • By MICHAEL WARREN
“Howdy,” Rick Perry says, welcoming the crowd at the Rosen Center Hotel. It's hours before Thursday's debate, and the Texas governor is speaking to activists participating in a “Meet and Greet” pre-debate party organized by the Faith and Freedom Coalition. Perry's the last presidential candidate to address the gathering.
3:33 PM, Sep 17, 2011 • By JEFFREY H. ANDERSON
A CBS News/New York Times poll taken from September 10th-15th (both before and after the most recent debate) shows Rick Perry with a 7-point edge (23 to 16 percent) over Mitt Romney among registered voters who intend to vote in a Republican primary or caucus. Newt Gingrich has moved into a tie with Michele Bachmann for third place, with 7 percent apiece, followed by Herman Cain and Ron Paul at 5 percent apiece. Rick Santorum and Jon Huntsman are each at 1 percent.
11:57 AM, Sep 13, 2011 • By JOHN MCCORMACK
In last night's GOP presidential debate Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann lambasted Texas governor Rick Perry for his executive order, which never went into effect, that sixth grade girls should receive a vaccine to prevent HPV, a sexually transmitted disease that causes cervical cancer. Bachmann knocked Perry down a notch, arguing that the episode was an example of crony capitalism (Perry's former chief of staff was the chief lobbyist for the drug company that manufactured the vaccine).
9:09 PM, Sep 12, 2011 • By DANIEL HALPER
Jon Huntsman, Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich, and Rick Santorum have taken the stage in Tampa, Florida for the Tea Party Express/CNN debate. Moderator Wolf Blitzer announced that all 8 GOP presidential candidates were on stage. But they aren't . . . where's Buddy?
9:01 AM, Sep 8, 2011 • By JEFFREY H. ANDERSON
Fifteen minutes into last night’s Republican presidential debate, Michele Bachmann became the first candidate to mention and attack Obamacare. She did so after five other debaters had already spoken, and in response to a question that didn’t explicitly reference the overhaul — thereby immediately establishing repeal as her top priority.
4:30 PM, Sep 6, 2011 • By ADAM J. WHITE
Michele Bachmann knows that the Constitution prohibits the states from imposing health-insurance mandates. She just doesn't know what part of the Constitution does this. But she's open to suggestions.
That was the bottom line of her interesting exchange yesterday, at the South Carolina GOP presidential candidates forum, with Robert George.