Mike Huckabee campaigns on, honing his message for the home-schooling, abortion-opposing, immigrant-fearing base that is solidfying for him on the Republican side.
Janet Huckabee has been campaigning in Maryland.
Huckabee appears to be pinning his hopes on Virginia, as he has fared well in many Southern states so far. But his wife, Janet, began campaigning throughout Maryland yesterday, beginning with a "coffee and shoot" at the North American Rod and Gun Club in Hagerstown.
At a later stop at the Java Grande on U.S. 40 in Howard County, Janet Huckabee talked about her aversion to early rising, her nearly 34-year marriage, and how she and her husband have known each other since becoming classmates in seventh grade.
Bob Pyle, 51, of Ellicott City, a self-proclaimed Huckabee fan, asked the key question for the former governor's campaign: "What are the chances of getting the nomination at this point?"
"People don't need talking heads and others telling them how to vote," Janet Huckabee replied.