The State Republican Party is holding its convention this weekend in Sparks, Nevada. All indications are that it promises to be as exciting as the 2008 convention when the Ron Paul delegates followed the rules and had the numbers to elect delegates supporting their man, and not the official candidate - John McCain. The Ron Paul campaign is again threatening to defy the national party and elect delegates supporting Paul. We catch up with what happened at the convention.
The Florida primary will be yet another decisive turn in the Republican nominating process and whatever the result, the candidates will be looking to the Nevada caucuses this Saturday. Conservative activist Chuck Muth and New York-based journalist McKay Coppins join us to discuss what they've seen so far and what they're looking for in the coming days.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich surged in the final days of the South Carolina primary to take a double-digit win. That was a win that most pundits had not expected a week earlier when they were confidently predicting that Romney would remain the frontrunner and was almost guaranteed the party's nomination.
Last night the major contenders for the Republican Presidential nomination had a debate at the Venetian. It was held in conjunction with the Western States Republican Conference being held at the Venetian.