Freshman senator Ted Cruz is considering a presidential run in 2016, according to the National Review. Friends and confidants say that, though Cruz won’t address it publicly, he has undeniable interest in making a run.
Paul Ryan and Marco Rubio, two potential 2016 presidential candidates, are laying out pathways for their Republican Party and nudging a party still reeling from its loss to President Barack Obama.
Ron Paul says he is done spending money on his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.
CBS 11 Political Reporter Jack Fink looks at the final push for votes in the Florida primary, more political endorsements and who is really leading the GOP pack.
Michele Bachmann announced Wednesday that she has “decided to stand aside” and is ending her bid for Republican presidential nomination after her last-place finish in the Iowa caucuses.
Herman Cain is defending himself anew and — without evidence — blaming presidential rival Rick Perry’s campaign of being behind the disclosure of years-old sexual harassment allegations against him.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Wednesday questioned how Rick Perry would fix Social Security as the focus of the GOP presidential race turns to senior citizen-rich Florida this week.
Governor Rick Perry avoided contentious social issues in a speech Wednesday at the nation’s largest evangelical university, offering the youth a testimonial about his own path.
Mitt Romney is campaigning in New Hampshire as though he’s still the GOP presidential front-runner. He’s focusing his criticisms on President Barack Obama, taking few risks and keeping most of his proposals vague.
Texas Governor Rick Perry hasn’t officially announced and Democrats are already taking aim and treating him like a front-runner.
Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul is using his first campaign television ad to promote his opposition to a compromise on raising the federal debt ceiling.
Governor Rick Perry continued to stir speculation Tuesday that he would seek the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, championing Texas’ economy before a packed GOP gathering in New York and telling a television interviewer he would engage in a “thought process” before deciding whether to join the field.