The low-polling candidates met in an early debate. It was about what you’d expect.
Donald Trump is center stage, John Kasich is in, and Rick Perry is relegated to the kid’s table.
The last three polls to be released before Thursday’s debate show Donald Trump continuing to solidify his lead.
Donald Trump leads in the first of the final polls to be released before Thursday’s debate.
The first of a series of polls in anticipation of next week’s debate shows Donald Trump still at the top, with a surprise coming out of Ohio.
The current Republican primary polls are “measuring a unicorn electorate” yet effect the outcome of the race.
With just over a week to go, Republican candidates for President are fighting for the movement in the polls that could get them in to the August 6th debate.
His remarks about John McCain’s military service don’t seem to be hurting Donald Trump with Republican true believers.
Despite his remarks about John McCain, Donald Trump is likely to be around for some time to come.
Rand Paul’s Presidential campaign isn’t going so well at the moment.
Republicans have nobody to blame but themselves for the anti-immigrant Frankenstein in their midst.
Donald Trump leads in a new national poll, but a deeper look at the numbers suggests that this Trump Bubble can’t last for very much longer.
Donald Trump has gotten almost nothing but negative press since entering the race for President, but it doesn’t seem to be hurting him very much just yet.
In an ordinary year, Ohio Governor John Kasich seems like he’d be a perfect candidate for Republicans in an era when winning the Buckeye State is essential to winning the White House. But things are far from ordinary in the GOP.
The reaction of many of the GOP candidates to the decision in Obergefell v. Hodges is about what you’d expect, but there are a few interesting surprises.
Matthew Dickinson takes a stab at explaining “Why So Many Republicans Are Running in 2016.”
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal enters the Presidential race today, but it’s hard to see how he even manages to become a plausible candidate.
Jeb Bush’s campaign launch seems to be going well so far, while Rand Paul and Ted Cruz (and Donald Trump) seem to be slipping.
With notable exceptions, most of the Republican candidates for President are refusing to take a stand on the propriety of South Carolina flying the Confederate Flag. That’s called cowardice.
Obviously, most of these people are smart enough to realize they can’t possibly win, right?
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker isn’t officially a candidate for President yet, but he’s doing quite well in Iowa anyway.
The Iowa Straw Poll seems to be dying, and that’s a good thing.
The race for the Republican nomination is as tight as ever, and so far nobody seems to be emerging as a clear front-runner.
With 14 candidates vying for the Republican nomination, TV execs are scrambling to make the debates watchable.
The Republican debate stage in 2016 is going to be even more crowded than it was in 2012.
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry is going to be looking for that elusive second act in American politics.
Hillary Clinton hasn’t taken questions from reporters in three weeks. Because she doesn’t need the media as much as most other candidates.
For reasons only he can understand. South Carolina’s senior Senator will be entering the race for the White House early next month.
Mike Huckabee’s back, but the 2008 magic is gone.
Carly Fiorina, who flopped at Hewlett-Packard and in her lone previous political campaign, wants to be the leader of the free world.
Hillary Clinton’s political and personal baggage is likely to be a bigger problem for her than whomever her Republican opponent ends up being.
Former Hewlett Packard CEO, and failed Senate candidate, Carly Fiorina will be running for President for some reason.
And the fun part is that his main motive for running appears to be the opportunity to troll Rand Paul.
The Iranian nuclear accords are barely 24 hours old and some people have already made up their mind about them.
Carly Fiorina seems to be inching close to a Presidential run for some reason.
Scott Walker surged to the top of a new poll of Iowa Republicans, but Iowa is not a very good predictor of success in the race for the GOP nomination.
Conservatives finally seem to be waking up to the truth about Sarah Palin.
Mitt Romney will likely be the first challenger able to outspend a sitting president. He’ll need it.
Facing his own Tea Party challenge, Richard Lugar reminds Republicans of an uncomfortable truth.
The treasurer behind “Rick Parry with an ‘A’ for America” has left to work with Rick Perry
At least one group of Tea Party activists seems to realize that their biggest mistake of the 2010 election cycle was backing candidates like Christine O’Donnell who turned out to be their own worst enemies.
During the just concluded election season, eleven self-funded candidates spent a total of $ 286 million trying to win elections. Only two of them actually won.