More republicans may enter the president race
While Hillary Clinton widens her lead over her democratic contenders, on the other side of the isle republicans are just entering the race as others still haven't decided.
Having Rudy Giuliani as an early leader is a good sign for the more conservative candidates such as Fred Thompson who just hit the campaign trail and Newt Gingrich who is still deciding whether or not he'll run.
Gingrich says he needs supporters to help him raise $30 million by November, or he won't enter the race.
Newt is the same guy who led the conservatives to power in 1994 and ultimately became Speaker of the House.
Gingrich says if the 30 mill is in the bank by November 1, then he'll consider running. He sounds pretty confident even throwing around Nov. 13 for his announcement, the same day Ronald Reagan declared his candidacy in 1979.
Rudy would be the best bet for the gays on the republican side since he is the only candidate in both parties who traditionally supports same sex marriages.