During this final sprint toward Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, candidate stops will be full of local diners and doughnut shops where the presidential hopefuls can chat up "real" voters — locals who stop in for a meal or a coffee.
But customers in one New Hampshire restaurant are over it. In response, a Portsmouth breakfast spot has banned candidates completely, reports Seacoast Online:
Iowa proved a road to victory for Mitt Romney, but it was a road to nowhere for Michele Bachmann.
The field of Republican challengers narrowed Wednesday after the Minnesota congresswoman held a news conference in Des Moines to announce that she was ending her 2012 presidential bid following after a poor showing in Tuesday night's caucuses.
Speaking deliberatively, Bachmann said she had "no regrets" whatsoever and said she ran her race with integrity and will continue to fight for the causes she emphasized on the campaign trail.