Shane Vander Hart: Supporters of Donald Trump like to say that he is the only candidate who can beat Hillary Clinton. Head to head polling says the opposite.
Shane Vander Hart provides a recap about the candidate performances in the CNN/Telemundo Republican debate held in Houston, TX before Super Tuesday.
Shane Vander Hart: After the South Carolina GOP Primary Donald Trump is in the driver’s seat in a three-way race with Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio.
Shane Vander Hart offers a recap of the CBS News Republican debate in Greenville, SC and how he believed each of the candidates did in their 9th debate.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina announced they were suspending their campaigns after the New Hampshire Primary.
Shane Vander Hart: The role of the Iowa Caucuses and New Hampshire Primary isn’t to nominate a candidate in so much as it is to winnow the field.
Shane Vander Hart: After Donald Trump’s convincing win in the New Hampshire Primary it appears to be a race between Trump and Iowa Caucus winner Ted Cruz.
Shane Vander Hart offers his commentary on the last Republican debate before the New Hampshire Primary that was hosted by ABC News.
Shane Vander Hart discusses who were the winners and losers of the 2016 Iowa Caucuses that saw Ted Cruz win the first victory on the road to the nomination.
Shane Vander Hart will keep an running update on what is going on with the Iowa Caucus throughout the night. Be sure to refresh your browser for updates.
Shane Vander Hart runs down what he thought of each candidate’s performance during the Fox News/Google GOP Presidential Debate in Des Moines, IA.
Recent polls of likely Iowa Republican caucus goers have been based on a large turnout of around 300,000. Based on past caucuses this is unrealistic.
The CNN/ORC International Iowa Caucus Poll showing Donald Trump with an 11-point lead is an outlier with other surveys taken at the same time.
Shane Vander Hart: Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign appears to have the best ground game in Iowa placing him in a strong position before the Iowa Caucuses.
Republican leaders and presidential candidates react to President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address given on January 12, 2016.
How will the Iowa Caucus turn out for Republicans? It is hard to say as there are a lot of variables and unanswered questions that could change things.