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Republican Debate and the Road to the White House Now on the Presidential 2012 Candidates Website

For voters who are interested in reading about the road to the White House and the republican debate they now have a new resource called the Presidential 2012 Candidates website. The website was created as in information resource that can help voters make the best informed decision possible when it comes to choosing the next President of the United States of America.

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December 27, 2011 (FPRC) -- Denham Springs, Louisiana, December 27, 2011 - For voters who are interested in reading about the road to the White House and the republican debate they now have a new resource called the Presidential 2012 Candidates website. The website was created as in information resource that can help voters make the best informed decision possible when it comes to choosing the next president of the United States of America.

The 2012 presidential election could once again be historic if American voters re-elect its first Black president Barak Obama. But for now at least, it is still a big question mark. President Obama has always been personally popular but the public is unsure whether he's got what it takes to restore the nation to economic health. The republicans say he doesnít have what it takes to get elected to a second term.
The Republican presidential field offers a stark contrast as each candidate tries to be more conservative than the others which is an old bait-n-switch trick that politicians have used for thousands of years. But it could turn out to a factor that might actually help Obama.
President Obamaís poll numbers are on the rise again according to a CNN/ORC International poll which was released December 20th of this year. Forty-nine percent of American voters say they trust Obama to solve the nationís problems. In a new ABC News/Washington Post poll forty-nine percent of voters also said they approve of the way heís handling his job.

Former House speaker Newt Gingrich is dominating the Republican presidential field in Iowa in the weeks leading up to the stateís key caucuses, according to an NBC News/Marist poll released December 4th. He has the support of twenty-six percent of likely caucus-goers which is a twenty-one point increase since October and could continue to grow.


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