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Republican Jon Huntsman has dropped out of the Republican presidential race and has endorsed Mitt Romney.
Jon Huntsman will withdraw Monday from the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
Many of Mitt Romney's presidential challengers are having trouble fulfilling a fundamental requirement of running for public office: getting on the ballot.
Torn between reality and their political dreams, leading conservatives are defending Mitt Romney's private sector success and acknowledging that his presidential nomination may be inevitable even as they search for a more palatable candidate.
Mitt Romney's decisive victory in New Hampshire Tuesday pushes the Republican primary closer to its finale. While the race isn't over, the GOP doesn't tend to like surprise endings. With the tax cuts put in place by President George W. Bush expiring at the end of this year, tax reform is more important than ever.
With Mitt Romney the overwhelming favorite, his five Republican opponents hoped to chip away at his lead in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary and finish well enough to prove they're still in the race to challenge him again in South Carolina and Florida.
Republican presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman, trailing well behind former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in the polls, no longer is predicting an outright victory in Tuesday's GOP primary in New Hampshire.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich accused former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney of "pious baloney" Sunday for saying he's not a career politician, demanding in a campaign debate that the Republican presidential front-runner "just level with the American people."
Rep. Ron Paul fought to protect his top-tier status in the Republican presidential race during Saturday night's debate, ripping into the records of his closest rivals and putting up a feisty defense of his limited government philosophy.