Opposition Republicans gear up to campaign for 2012 polls

The republican is beginning the selection processes on the candidate that will fly the party’s flag in the 2012 presidential election. The seven candidates who have shown interest for US plum job under the party will start the debate Monday. The seven candidates who would participate in the debate include former house speaker Newt Gingrich and seven others.

The debate will take place at St Anselm College in Sullivan Avenue. Supporters of the party will gather at the venue to watch the candidates’ debate policies. The contestants will use the opportunity to reach out to voters. The campus has been agog with activities in preparation for the debate which was organized by WMUR-TV, CNN and Union leader in Hampshire.

The candidates have visited the campus to familiarize themselves with the environment and finding out the standing and the sitting arrangement.

The debate will afford the party supporters to examine each of the candidates and try to find out their policies would be if they are entrusted with the responsibility of ruling America. Questions to the candidates will come from the panel that is constituted for the debate. Questions would also come from three different locations across the state. The audience will then rate the debate and record their likes and dislikes on the candidates stance on issues.