1. 2012

    GOP Candidates Set for Nevada Debate

    Jon Huntsman, former governor of Utah, left, speaks while Michele Bachmann, a Republican representative from Minnesota, center, and Rick Perry, governor of Texas, right, listen a presidential debate sponsored by Bloomberg via Getty Images and The Washington Post held at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, U.S., on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011. The event moderated by U.S. television talk show host Charlie Rose and featuring eight Republican candidates, presents the first debate of the 2012 political season focused solely on the economy. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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    The debate marathon continues Tuesday night, as Republican candidates take the state in Nevada. All eyes will be on Herman Cain again, as he tries to put his “Pizza Jam” behind him and establish his seriousness as a candidate. There may also, however, be some tension as several candidates have pledged to boycott Nevada’s early January 14 caucuses. Jon Huntsman has said already he’ll skip the debate—although that may have more to do with his lagging finances. The rest of the candidates, except for Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, and Ron Paul, have said they will or are considering boycotting the Nevada caucuses.

    Read it at Las Vegas Sun