And then there were seven

Today GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain announced the suspension of his campaign. That means he’s out of the race. One source reported that declaring a suspension instead of a termination allows him to continue to solicit funds to pay off his debts.

Now that the GOP field has narrowed to seven candidates, what are your thoughts about the eventual winner? I’ve asked two different questions, since the distinction was an unanticipated issue with my last poll. You needn’t be a Republican, a registered voter, or even a U.S. citizen to register your opinion, and you can return as often as you like to see how the voting is going.

2 thoughts on “And then there were seven

  1. The nomination process involves party extremes in this country, which is why I think Newt will bowl ’em over – unless his ego gets away from him, as it is wont to to. He is shrewd, experienced and knowledgeable, but also eccentric and erratic. Second choice is Romney of course. (Ron Paul could win NH.)

    I voted for Huntsman as my hope for the nomination because I think he is the most mature and experienced one of them all, and that’s why he won’t win. the party extremes are on a religious crusade and they smell blood, blood that Huntsman would never deliver.

... and that's my two cents