The South Remains Unsettled On Republican Nominee05:42
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The first-in-the-South primary follows Iowa and New Hampshire on January 21, in South Carolina, where Newt Gingrich is 20 points ahead of Mitt Romney in polls.

But Politico reports this week that Southern conservatives are divided on who their nominee should be, in part because some Republican women have a problem with Gingrich's three marriages and past infidelity.

Guest:

  • Karen Floyd, former chair of the South Carolina Republican party and founder of Palladian View, a website for conservative women

This segment aired on December 14, 2011.

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