Kasich PAC's Web Ads Target Delegates With Vision Of VictoryA super PAC backing Ohio Gov. John Kasich took its case for his presidential nomination directly to delegates this week in an unusual web ad.
Financial Cavalry Never Arrived For Ted Cruz & John Kasich PairingIt seems like a logical pairing: Republican donors who despise Donald Trump, and two GOP presidential hopefuls sticking it out to keep him from the nomination. Yet such a financial cavalry never arrived for Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
Trump, Clinton Claim Early Victories In Northeast PrimariesRepublican Donald Trump swept to 5 easy victories Tuesday night. Hillary Clinton won all but Rhode Island on the Democratic side.
Supporters Doubt Deal Between Cruz & Kasich To Stop Trump Will WorkUnder the deal announced Sunday night, Kasich will drop his election efforts in Indiana so Cruz can focus there, and in turn, Cruz will drop his election efforts in New Mexico and Oregon, so Kasich can concentrate there.
Cruz, Kasich Say They Will Cooperate To Defeat TrumpThe presidential campaigns of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich say they are launching collaborative strategies to deprive Donald Trump the delegates needed to win the Republican nomination.
Clinton, Trump Look For Wins On Home Turf In New YorkThe fight for New York's delegate haul has consumed the presidential contenders for two weeks, an eternity in the fast-moving White House race.
Cruz Outmaneuvers Trump On North Dakota DelegatesTen delegates said they are committed to vote for Cruz at the convention. A few others said they are leaning toward Cruz. None has endorsed Trump so far.
Trump Calls On Kasich To Quit Race"He's taking my votes," Trump said about Kasich.
Trump Will Have To Come From Behind To Beat Cruz In WisconsinThe outcome in Wisconsin will help determine whether Trump can seize the Republican nomination without a fight at the convention.
Trump Rescinds Pledge To Back GOP Nominee At Milwaukee Town HallTrump, along with Republican rivals Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, appeared at a town hall in Milwaukee one week before Wisconsin's April 5 primary.
Presidential Candidates Condemn Terror AttacksRepublicans and Democrats differ on how to respond to the terror attacks.