Huckabee Update

I’ve posted a lot about Mike Huckabee in recent months, and I’m more excited everyday to see the progress his campaign is making. This is hot off the wire from Rasmussen: Today, in the first full round of national polling completed since last week’s “debate” among Republican Presidential hopefuls, Huckabee has pulled to within three […]

Huckabee Update

Got this from Campaign Manager Chip Saltsman in an email this morning: A new Rasmussen poll is out today with Governor Huckabee at 18% among likely Iowa Caucus goers, with Fred Thompson at 19% and Mitt Romney at 25%. Governor Romney’s lead in Iowa is shrinking and we are in a virtual tie with Fred […]

More about Mike Huckabee

Mike Huckabee faired extremely well in the Iowa Straw Poll this past weekend, and he shows no signs of slowing down. He earned 18% of the votes – which is almost half of what the top vote-getter, Mitt Romney, earned. Even so, it’s encouraging news to me because it’s meant a ton more publicity for […]

Mike Huckabee

Those of you who frequent my blog (the actual blog – not following via RSS), may have noticed a new image appearing to the right hand side a few days ago. Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee is my personal favorite of all the presidential candidates. I think a lot of people could get on board […]

Who won?

There’s a post on the Mike Huckabee site answering the question “Who won the GOP YouTube debate?” Undoubtedly, the Huckabee supporters think he won. I have the two-hour debate sitting on my TiVo to watch tonight, as I was watching TarHeel basketball last night, but this really does seem to be a nice, humorous summary […]