During a Wednesday fundraiser, GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul said nothing has changed.
Republican presidential contender Ron Paul continues his three-day “town hall” tour of Texas with an event in Fort Worth.
Rick Santorum is facing political reality. He is suspending his campaign today — but essentially, he’s dropping his run for the White House.
The only Texas Republican still running for President makes a campaign stop in Fort Worth on Wednesday.
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.
Ron Paul said that he has no plans to drop out of the Republican presidential race, despite the fact that he is way behind in last place.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry took to the stage at an exclusive journalists’ gala Saturday night to roast himself — and poke fun at his gubernatorial predecessor George W. Bush, and presidential candidates Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum.
A new poll on the Texas primary race is good news for Mitt Romney.
Two new polls show Newt Gingrich is running third place in a state that he needs to win badly — Alabama. Voters there head to the polls on Tuesday.
Ohio and Tennessee are two important states Tuesday, because they are the biggest contests in which candidates don’t have a home advantage.
Voters in 10 states participate in primaries and caucuses on Tuesday, and no one candidate is expected to deliver a knockout blow.
Ron Paul sounded optimistic about the rest of the Republican nominating process, predicting he will win three states on Super Tuesday.
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