Skip to comments.Republican Primaries in Pennsylvania, Delaware, NY, RI, and Conn. Vote Gingrich or Paul
Posted on 04/23/2012 10:24:56 PM PDT by Steelers6
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I’m sure there are Senate and Congressional primaries tommorrow in these states as well.
I’ll be voting for Rick Santorum to send a message that I want the strongest conservative as POTUS.
Hope Newt can pull off an upset in Delaware.
If you live in Pennsylvania, Santorum even though he has dropped out might be still 2nd place.
I'm not voting for Romney, and am in one of the Congressional districts he may not win, but he is expected to take the state pretty easily.
Turn out is expected to be low because in a recent poll most New Yorkers felt Romney was the inevitable candidate. This could help Newt but your core GOP-e will get out and vote, so it could go the other way.
So for those that have called me a Romneybot and want me banned, I am voting for Newt tomorrow. But I will vote for Romney if he is the nominee. If he wins my neck of the woods (county) tomorrow, then there are a hell of a lot of conservative GOP out there that are willing to vote for him. It will be an interesting case study really.
Thanx, and I hope he comes in first.
I hope people understand how powerful their votes will be, as the turn out in the following primaries will be especailly low since Romney is the presumptive nominee.
But we can still send a message, and I hope conservatives will go to the polls, and stand up and be counted.
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Since Newt doesn’t have a chance anyway, I’d still consider Santorum.
Since this is the primaries, at least vote for a CONSERVATIVE candidate now. If we don’t make our voices heard, we will continue to have “moderate” Republicans for years to come.
All of this talk about Delaware is somewhat annoying.
Five states are voting tomorrow including NY and PA.
It doesn’t matter if Newt wins Delaware alone.
If Newt gets his ass handed to him in NY and PA (as expected) then that will be the story tomorrow.
“Oh, and if anyone cares”
New York’s “Republicans” will vote all 95 delegates in favor of the RINO. Then in the General you will see Obama take New York.
The General is unfortunately a given. No one really cares about NY on this site because of that. I’m not big into telling people exactly where I live, but my little pocket of the world is conservative in this Socialist state. So I’m interested to see what happens right here. Romney may get all 95 delegates. And that’s one reason I’ve said to people that still say Newt is competitive, unfortunately, look at the numbers.
I can understand holding your nose to vote for Romney to stop Obama.
Even though Rick is not in the race, and Newt is, I’m upset with Newt for not dropping out when he saw he wasn’t doing so well, which is why I’ll stick with Rick, and he was my favorite anyway.
imo, Newt gave us Romney, because Newt stayed in, even though he only won two races.
I’m not sure where you are coming from other than New York. I really hate to encourage you to move to “fly over” country. Colorado is almost ruined but Oklahoma is about number one! The thing that sucks is when people want to bring the stuff they were leaving with them and start telling ‘us’ what to do...
We’re out of here in 8 years for various reasons, I’ll look into Oklahoma! Don’t worry, wherever we end up, there’s no liberals in this house!
“Speculation remains high that Gingrich will exit the GOP race this week, especially he rescheduled his trip to North Carolina several times.”
IF this is true, why didn’t Newt pull out of the race before Santorum did, as Santorum would have had a good chance to beat Romney.
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