Friday, January 4, 2008
While Mike Huckabee took the crown in Iowa, fellow Republican candidate Rudy Giulani decided it was best to stay in Florida. The former New York Mayor was in Hialeah at a rally last night. Giulani is counting on the delegate-rich state to offset poor showings in early states like Iowa and New Hampshire. But experts have questioned whether Giuliani's campaign can survive a series of early losses. The problem with Florida is that it will receive fewere delegates to the nominating convention because the state broke national party rules by holding the primary before February 5th.