GOP group minus leaders Romney, Cain talk economy (AP) – 1225th Edition

3 11 2011

Republican presidential hopeful Texas Gov. Rick Perry speaks during the Johnson County GOP Fall BBQ at Clear Creek-Amana High School, Friday, Oct. 7, 2011, in Tiffin, Iowa. Iowa's presidential caucuses are any Republican candidate's to win. Just two months before the GOP nomination voting begins, Iowa Republicans aren't surging toward former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney even though he's essentially been running for president since losing here in 2008. And, this time, none of his opponents has emerged as the consensus candidate of conservatives — and, thus, Romney's chief challenger — the way Mike Huckabee did four years ago. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)AP – One by one, five Republican candidates for president took the stage Tuesday in the state that holds the first presidential contest to pitch themselves as the strongest to challenge Democratic President Barack Obama on voters’ top issue: jobs.

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