NAR;WAL Official

Jan 22

The recent South Carolina primary came with a big surprise- Gingrich winning with over ten percent more of the votes than the predicted winner, Mitt Romney. Analysts are scrambling to determine who will win Florida, the next Primary. Judging by the amount of attention Romney is getting in county, I would predict he will win the Florida Primary, despite Gingrich’s recent popularity. 

The recent South Carolina primary came with a big surprise- Gingrich winning with over ten percent more of the votes than the predicted winner, Mitt Romney. Analysts are scrambling to determine who will win Florida, the next Primary. Judging by the amount of attention Romney is getting in county, I would predict he will win the Florida Primary, despite Gingrich’s recent popularity. 

Jan 11

New Hampshire Primary Results

Mitt Romney won the New Hampshire Primary, as was expected, but suprisingly the two dark horses of the race did much worse than predicted. Jon Huntsman was supposed to make a strong showing in New Hampshire, while he landed in 3rd. Rick Santorum said he wanted to get third or fourth to continue on the candidacy race, but instead got in 5th. The question is whether or not he will continue on into the Carolina Primary.

Jan 06

Our Goal

NAR;WAL Official was founded by group of citizens who are less than thrilled about the way the American government is currently run.

The name NAR;WAL expands to Not Any Republicans; Without Any Liberals. This name reflects our beliefs that an unbiased, open political party would be available to those Americans alienated by the harsh policies and beliefs of the Republican and Democratic Parties. NAR;WAL accepts both Liberals and Conservatives, and every denomination in between.

NAR;WAL functions under an independent basis, but incorporates the best, most beneficial policies of each party and combines them into one super-effective party.

Jan 04

Iowa Caucus Results

Romney barely won (with a tenth of a percent) over Rick Santorum, which means that we’ll have to wait a little longer to see the clear winner of the Republican nomination.