Mitch McConnell’s campaign was forced to do a shakeup thanks to a scandal that could envelop Ron Paul’s 2012 Presidential campaign.
The GOP is set to approve rules changes that will impact the 2016 primaries, and beyond. They’re a good start.
Further thoughts on Ron Paul’s game plan, assuming he has one.
Ron Paul’s supporters are racking up delegate wins at party conventions in caucus states, but it won’t matter in the end.
When Dan Drezner tweeted “I’m not going to read anything dumber than this today,” my inclination was to scoff. He actually undersold it.
Despite how it many have seemed in January, Ron Paul’s 2012 Presidential effort is ending just about the same way his 2008 effort did.
Last night’s debate may have been the last one. It was also the least informative.
It’s looking increasingly unlikely that anyone will have the race for the nomination wrapped up any time soon.
Yet more revelations about Ron Paul’s newsletters.
It was another big night for Mitt Romney. A night that may just have helped him lock up the Florida Primary.
Monday’s debate in Tampa was a far more subdued affair than what we saw last week.
Last night, South Carolina was Gingrich Country.
It was another good night for Newt Gingrich in Charleston last night.
Once again, Ron Paul showed last night why he could never win the Republican nomination.
Mitt Romney’s rivals scored a few hits on him last night, but nothing that’s likely to make a difference.
Things are tightening up among the Republican candidates in the Palmetto State.
Republican candidates have reached out to Tim Tebow for an endorsement. Desperation?
Last night was the high point of Ron Paul’s 2012 campaign for the Presidency.
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.
Last night, Ron Paul decided it was a good idea to bring back the ghosts of the Vietnam War era.
Ten hours later, the candidates seemed more combative than they had been the night before.
Watching last night’s debate, you would have been surprised to learn that Mitt Romney has any real opponents in the Republican race.
There seems to be very little stopping a big night for Mitt Romney next Tuesday.