Tuesday, March 6, 2012

LIVE FEEDS Today to ALL GOP CANDIDATES EVENTS (March 6, 2012)

Below is a schedule of the GOP candidates activities for today. More than likely, one or more of the feeds below will cover the event(s), although, that is not always the case.

So look at the schedule below and CHECK BACK at that time of the event you'd like to view. Then click the different feed button(s) under the schedule and HOPEFULLY you will be able to view the event(s)(subject to the news media covering it).

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NOTE: I will update this schedule by 10 AM EST if there are any changes or additions

REMEMBER: ALL TIMES ARE LOCAL TO THE EVENTS


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3 comments:

newark hawk said...

Looks like Romney will be in Boston tonight for his victory speech, where I expect him to emphasize the fact that Republican voters, current and former elected officials, and other party leaders are uniting around his candidacy.

Sorry Rush, you're not a party leader, you're a party joke.

It will be interesting to see if Romney does better in his adopted home state of Massachusetts than Gingrich does in his adopted home state of Georgia.

My bet is on Elvis(my new nickname for Romney).

newark hawk said...

Looks like Romney will be in Boston tonight for his victory speech, where I expect him to emphasize the fact that Republican voters, current and former elected officials, and other party leaders are uniting around his candidacy.

Sorry Rush, you're not a party leader, you're a party joke.

It will be interesting to see if Romney does better in his adopted home state of Massachusetts than Gingrich does in his adopted home state of Georgia.

My bet is on Elvis(my new nickname for Romney).

newark hawk said...

Looks like Romney will be in Boston tonight for his victory speech, where I expect him to emphasize the fact that Republican voters, current and former elected officials, and other party leaders are uniting around his candidacy.

Sorry Rush, you're not a party leader, you're a party joke.

It will be interesting to see if Romney does better in his adopted home state of Massachusetts than Gingrich does in his adopted home state of Georgia.

My bet is on Elvis(my new nickname for Romney).