Like most endorsements, Jeb Bush’s endorsement of Mitt Romney is unlikely to have a major impact on the race.
An epic collapse in Florida should spell the end of Newt Gingrich’s presidential run. It won’t.
Last night, South Carolina was Gingrich Country.
Mitt Romney has stumbled this week, and may pay for it tomorrow, but he’s still the only candidate with a realistic chance to win the Republican nomination.
Huntsman’s tactics reinforced his fellow Republicans’ natural skepticism of his candidacy.
Republican candidates have reached out to Tim Tebow for an endorsement. Desperation?
Jon Huntsman put on a brave face last night, but he’s really got nowhere to go from here.
A good night for Romney, a surprising showing for Ron Paul, and the first steps toward the end of the race for the Republican nomination.
Barring a disaster, Mitt Romney is going to win the New Hampshire Primary, but who comes in second is still up in the air.
Ron Paul has a new explanation for those newsletters of his.
South Carolina governor Nikki Haley becomes the latest Tea Party darling to back Mitt Romney.
In a move sure to make conservative heads explode, Chris Christie is set to endorse Mitt Romney for president.
Despite all the negatives going against him, Mitt Romney may yet be the inevitable Republican nominee.
If Mitt Romney looked in the rear view mirror he might just see Rick Perry gaining on him.
A new Tim Pawlenty television ad is raising copyright issues rather than, as intended, bringing back memories of the 80s.
As of June 17, Sarah Palin is a registered US trademark, serial number 85-170,226.
C. Boyden Gray, former White House Counsel and EU Ambassador, has signed on as the chair of the Jon Huntsman policy team, Mark Halperin reports.
Does Limbaugh love the Heritage Foundation because of their ideas or their check book?
Why are many of the top Republicans are sitting out the race despite a seemingly vulnerable incumbent?
Mitt Romney starts his 2012 run as the frontrunner for the Republican nomination. But, in reinventing himself yet again, the “authenticity” issue that troubled many of us in 2008 looms again.
President Obama’s new budget involves nothing less than a thumb in the eye of anyone who hoped he would seriously address federal spending in his first term.
According to two new polls, Sarah Palin has absolutely no chance of beating Barack Obama in 2012. So, why does it look like she’s going to run anyway?
Unnamed Republican leaders are lined up to ensure that anybody but the former VP nominee is the party’s 2012 standard bearer.
Is Sarah Palin running for President in 2012 ? It’s looking more and more likely that the answer might be yes.
Sarah Palin had a very good track record in her primary season endorsements, but it’s not at all clear that she will have much of an impact on the 2010 General Election.
Affluent whites are astounded that Adrian Fenty appears about to lose his bid for re-election as DC’s mayor. But the majority black population is less than thrilled with his tenure.
Beloved comedian and character actor Andy Griffith’s popularity in his home state has plummeted since making commercials endorsing ObamaCare and some Democratic candidates.
The new tea party candidate in Delaware seems to be a rather odd bird.
Sarah Palin has done pretty well at helping Republicans win primaries this year, but her own political popularity isn’t any better than it was after she left office last year.
Another round of primaries last night made the playing field for November just a little bit clearer to see.
One year ago today, Sarah Palin resigned as Governor of Alaska after only 2 1/2 years in office.
“Endorsed by Sarah Palin” could become something that Democrats start using in negative campaign commercials.