A UCLA political scientist reminds us of a few moments from the contest for the 2012 Republican nomination.
Newt Gingrich uses the word “isolationist” to disparage those who disagree with his desire to perpetuate a permanent state of war.
The former U.S. House speaker compares the president to Hillary Clinton.
Bachmann said she sees an opportunity for Republicans to win over Democrats disillusioned by the failures of the Obama administration.
WASHINGTON — Campaign debt is neither new nor controversial, and nearly a dozen campaigns still owe more than Michele Bachmann does.
Guess what it was that they couldn’t agree on.
You likely haven’t heard of Agenda 21, but you probably will in the future.
Find out which candidates the donors in your ZIP code supported.
WASHINGTON — President Obama raised nearly $425,000 from big donors in Minnesota last quarter, and Mitt Romney raised $124,500.
While Santorum led front-runner Mitt Romney by a wide margin in Louisiana’s popular vote Saturday (49-27 percent), the results did little to close the delegate gap between the two.
Even after Mitt Romney’s solid win in Illinois, the punditocracy is understandably reluctant to make pronouncements that it’s over.
Does even Newt Gingrich know what is keeping Newt Gingrich in the race?
The delegate gap keeps building, and polls show Romney well ahead in Illinois
The oddity of the odyssey of the 2012 Republican nominating contest was foreseen by no one.
Rick Santorum’s sweep of the Alabama and Mississippi primaries has solidified the former Pennsylvania senator’s position as the conservative alternative to Mitt Romney.
Newt Gingrich needs to win Mississippi and Alabama next week to stay in the race.
The massive flow of cash into the Super PACs has bloodied frontrunner Mitt Romney and driven up the negatives on the entire GOP field.
It certainly seems more likely than ever that Romney will end up as the nominee, but the TV pundits can’t stop calling him a “weak front runner.”
The GOP base will likely turn out in the fall, but attracting independent voters may be a major challenge.
Mitt Romney came to the Republican debate prepared with a theory I had not heard before.