Rick Perry’s cash-strapped presidential campaign is set to keep going in Iowa with just one paid staffer and some volunteers.
Despite staff defections and running low on cash, former Texas Governor Rick Perry says his presidential campaign will continue.
As his lagging, cash-strapped campaign heads back to South Carolina, Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry said Wednesday that he has been “short of money” his whole life.
Sam Clovis said he had stepped down as Iowa state chairman after the former Texas governor stopped paying campaign staffers.
“The grassroots energy and support we are seeing is overwhelming,” said Cruz. “We are seeing courageous conservatives coming together for real change.”
As expected Thursday, former Texas Governor Rick Perry announced that he is making another run for the White House.
Mitt Romney is planning to host an Ohio rally Friday evening to launch a four-day sprint to Election Day.
Texas Governor Rick Perry says he will announce whether he’s running for re-election next June
Crisscrossing the U.S. during his unsuccessful presidential bid appears to have left Rick Perry little time for Texas, with the governor logging only about 24 hours of official time handling state matters during his nearly six-month campaign.
A soldier who went on national television in his military fatigues to endorse Texan Ron Paul’s presidential campaign has been reprimanded but not dismissed from the Army Reserve, a spokeswoman said Friday.
George W. Bush is as hard to find in his father’s office, as he is in the 2012 presidential contest. The younger Bush was an afterthought Thursday as President George H.W. Bush met with current GOP front-runner Mitt Romney.
As expected, Mitt Romney won Arizona’s primary and pulled out a close victory in his home state of Michigan. But many political analysts believe the Republican primary is still status quo.