Friday, February 11, 2011

The Conservative Political Action Conference is now underway in Washington, and the highlight of the event will be the closely-watched Presidential Straw Poll. Who would you vote for? Cast your ballot today in our new Weekly Poll.

(Keep in mind we can’t include every single person who might be thinking about running in 2012, but we’ve tried to make the list as comprehensive as possible. And this isn’t Chicago – you can only vote for one person.)

Here is some recent coverage on a number of the 2012 contenders:

Mitch Daniels talks about his chances... Sarah Palin discusses foreign aid... Newt Gingrich talks energy and more... and we've got Tim Pawlenty on Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.

I know some people who would like to see Jim DeMint at the top of the ticket. Is the John Thune for President push losing steam?

Here’s an odd pairing: Donald Trump vs. Ron Paul.

Speaking of Trump – he seems to be pretty serious.

And then there's GOP long-shot – George Pataki? (Along with former Senator Rick Santorum, he’s a “longer-than-long shot,” according to Politico.)

Is there something about Massachusetts that makes people flip-flop? Here’s the latest on Mitt Romney.

Mike Huckabee is playing politics - and Michele Bachmann may be a contender.

Don’t forget Haley Barbour. And have you heard of Herman Cain?

Thanks to the RNC, you can send someone special a Chuck Schumer Valentine.

The Washington Times has no love for an extremist judicial nominee from right here in New York:

And Egypt is still in the news. The Heritage Foundation has the latest on the Obama Administration’s mishandling of the situation there.

Have a great weekend!

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