Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is leading in the polls yet lags in the race for more Facebook fans — although this weekend’s debate is giving him a big push.
The twists and turns in the Republican presidential primary race gave plenty for Facebookers to talk about over the weekend, as a new poll shows Newt Gingrich leading the pack in a key early caucus state.
Politicos tracking the Republican primaries took to Facebook over the weekend to react to news that the Herminator, aka Herman Cain, is officially leaving the GOP presidential primary race.
Facebook users are discussing whether Herman Cain should withdraw from the presidential primary now that a fifth woman has come forward alleging an affair with him.
Former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich has taken to Facebook to defend and promote his record in Congress.
The shuffling of the leaderboard in the Republican presidential primary race continues to affect the candidates’ popularity on Facebook.
The Republican presidential contenders will focus on the economy tonight during the CNBC presidential debate, and the audience can ask questions of the candidates, review their opening statements and vote for their favorite nominee on Facebook before the event even gets underway.
Shortly after Sharon Bialek held a press conference announcing her sexual harassment accusations against Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, a profile in her name showed up on Facebook. Now we see two of them, both fake looking.
Texas Congressman Ron Paul has more fans on Facebook than anyone else in the House, yet the news media has covered him the least of all the Republican presidential candidates.
The “Meet the Press” weekly web show “Press Pas,” discussed whether debates matter on the Facebook D.C. page this afternoon, but sidestepped what we think is a more interesting topic: the role that the social network plays before, during and after a debate.