A tough-talking New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie launched his 2016 campaign for president Tuesday with a promise to tell voters the truth even if it makes them cringe.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush plans Tuesday to release 33 years of his personal income tax returns, including before and after his two terms as Florida governor.
The leader of a white supremacist group made $65,000 in donations to Republicans, including several presidential candidates, a newspaper report said Sunday.
The right-leaning Texas Legislature is struggling to deliver on promises, saying they’re being torn in multiple directions while trying to represent a Tea Party-fueled base. From libertarians to “rock-ribbed Republicans,” there is a fracture over countless agendas.
Jeb Bush’s deep dive into corporate America, where he served on the boards or as an adviser to more than a dozen companies, could trigger complications for him if he wins the White House.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush boasts blue chip donors, some of the best advisers in the campaign business and, of course, a famous political name. But when it comes to first-to-vote Iowa, he’s practically starting from scratch.
With a presidential field approaching 20 high-profile Republicans, the GOP’s 2016 class offers voters a little bit of everything. And then there is Donald Trump.
Jeb Bush is ready to launch a Republican presidential bid months in the making on Monday by asserting his commitment to the “most vulnerable in our society.”
As Jeb Bush focuses on foreign policy during a visit to Europe, his team at home is finalizing a fundraising blitz that will begin as soon as he steps into the presidential race.
If Chris Christie runs for president, there’s little doubt people will see plenty of the town halls the New Jersey governor is known for. That anything-goes format is his comfort zone, and voters tend to like it.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is making a trip to South Carolina on the heels of his official entry into the 2016 presidential race.
During a speech in Houston on Thursday, Hillary Clinton said that GOP governors are “systematically and deliberately” trying to prevent millions of Americans from voting.