New Hampshire primary results: Is Jon Huntsman toast?
By HOLLY RAMER, The Associated Press CONCORD, N.H. — Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman vowed Tuesday to press on to South Carolina after finishing third in the New Hampshire primary on which he had staked his
Huntsman criticizes the bailouts and proposes a breakup of Wall Street's biggest banks. Why isn't this guy leading the polls? By Joshua M. Brown, Guest blogger / January 10, 2012 Republican presidential candidate, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman speaks
By Ryan Lessard Flanked by his beautiful wife and daughters, Governor Jon Huntsman emphatically confirmed that, despite coming in third with 17 percent of the vote, he had achieved his goal of exceeding expectations. Apparently this was the momentum
Jon Huntsman, whose campaign missed Monday's deadline to get on the ballot. He is the only major Republican not on the ballot. Officials with the campaign did not return repeated calls and emails Tuesday – though they may have been busy with the New
The Jon Huntsman campaign put all their chips in New Hampshire, despite it being so close to home base for the projected winner, Mitt Romney. Despite as of now not being able to thwart off Rep. Ron Paul for second place,