Jumat, 06 Januari 2012

Rick Santorum win lowa coucus Face Challenges Towards the White House

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U.S. presidential candidates Republican Rick Santorum has shifted its focus to New Hampshire, where the next battle, after the acquisition of a surprise in Iowa makes it a superior candidate in this fight.LOWA COUCUS

Former Pennsylvania senator lost only eight votes from Mitt Romney in the Iowa caucuses on Tuesday. Santorum popularity of less than ten percent of it lately, which makes little hope for the top seed.
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He now faces stiff competition in New Hampshire, a state that supports former Massachusetts Gov. Romney, the candidate leading in the race for the Republican nomination. Santorum also faces the challenge of building a strong campaign beyond Iowa, where he focused on limited resources and small staff.

Advantages eight votes Romney in Iowa followed by provision of support on Wednesday from Sen. John McCain, Republican presidential candidate in 2008. Romney well ahead in the polls in New Hampshire, but he must strive to achieve more than 25 percent support in national polls.
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Romney and Santorum are both won 25 percent of the vote in Iowa, the first nomination battle in the 2012 presidential election.

The number of Republican candidates is reduced on Wednesday after members of Congress from Minnesota, Michelle Bachmann withdrew from his candidacy after the Iowa caucuses.
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Six other candidates focused on pre-election next January 10 in New Hampshire and later in South Carolina. Everything is still hoping elected as President Barack Obama's challenger in the upcoming November election.

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