Posts Tagged ‘ dan schnur ’

Huntsman’s Flatline Campaign

January 17, 2012
Huntsman’s Flatline Campaign

DAN SCHNUR, director of USC's Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics:

This article originally appeared on cnn.com.

"When Jon Huntsman announced his campaign for president last summer, he received the type of media attention that presumed he would be an immediate and formidable challenger for the Republican nomination. Unlike other early casualties like Herman Cain and Michele Bachmann, Huntsman did not self-destruct. There was no spectacular immolation or flameout that rocked the political world, nor had there been the type of...

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Are Republicans Ready Now for a Mormon President?

July 17, 2011
Are Republicans Ready Now for a Mormon President?

DAN SCHNUR, director, Unruh Institute of Politics at USC “Either Mitt Romney or Jon Huntsman could very well be the 2012 Republican nominee for president. But if they fall short, it will have a lot more to do with health care (in Mr. Romney’s case) or same-sex marriage (for Mr. Huntsman) than either man’s religious faith. Both men have taken positions on issues fundamentally at odds with a majority of registered Republicans, and much larger percentages of G.O.P. party...

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