Washington Post debate analysis
Washington Post reporters Dan Balz, Chris Cillizza and Karen Tumulty discuss key takeaways from The Washington Post-Bloomberg debate in New Hampshire on Tuesday night. (Oct. 11)
Full video: GOP economy debate
Watch the 2012 GOP presidential candidates state their cases on jobs and the economy in the Washington Post-Bloomberg debate at Dartmouth College.
Newt Gingrich reacts to debate format
GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich found the roundtable setting more "calming" to the candidates and thought that it helped foster better discussion.
Chris Cillizza on GOP debate winners and losers
Here are the winners and losers of Tuesday's Washington Post-Bloomberg GOP debate brought to you by the Post's Chris Cillizza. (Written by Chris Cillizza/Edited by Jason Aldag/The Washington Post)
Huntsman references flap around Mormonism
John Huntsman makes a reference to the flap surrounding Mitt Romney and Rick Perry. In his question, Huntsman accused Romney of destroying business and jobs in his previous career as a businessman.
Candidates talk about trade with China
During The Washington Post-Bloomberg GOP presidential candidate debate at Dartmouth College, the candidates talk about a trade war with China and what the United States can do to even the trade deficit facing the country.