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Revision as of 15:22, 18 December 2011

Endorsements could decide the outcome of the Presidential Election 2012, especially in the Republican primary. Here are the likely big endorsements in December 2011 through March 2012:

Value
(max. 10)
Endorser Conservapedia Prediction Predicted Timing Actual Endorsement
10 John McCain Newt Gingrich Between Iowa and NH primaries
9 Sarah Palin Newt Gingrich Between NH and SC primaries
8 Mike Huckabee Newt Gingrich Before Iowa primary
7 Rick Perry Newt Gingrich After SC primary
6 Rick Santorum Mitt Romney Between Iowa and NH primaries
5 Chris Christie Mitt Romney prediction already made and confirmed Mitt Romney
4 National Right to Life Committee Newt Gingrich in December
3 Donald Trump Newt Gingrich between Iowa and NH primaries
2 Herman Cain Newt Gingrich before Iowa Caucuses
1 Lindsey Graham Newt Gingrich before South Carolina primaries
Useless Value (max. 10) Endorser Endorsement Why it is useless
10 Iowa Des Moines Register Mitt Romney The newspaper supported same-sex marriage


Not likely to endorse until winner is clear

Non-Endorser Reason explained by Conservapedia Result
Jeb Bush He hopes to be selected at the convention if no candidate wins a majority, and needs to remain on good terms with all candidates.
Jim DeMint Would rather build support across the conservative movement without picking sides.


See also