Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney may be dealing with the toughest crisis of his campaign thanks to the release of a video from a private fundraiser that showed Romney making disparaging comments about President Barack Obama’s supporters and others.
Senator Marco Rubio. Senator Rob Portman. Senator Kelly Ayotte. All of them have political pundits guessing who will be Republican nominee Mitt Romney’s running mate. Now, there’s an app for that.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio appeared with presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney over the weekend continuing to fuel speculation he would run as Romney’s vice president. But Rubio’s statements and recent polling could make that speculation completely hollow.
President Barack Obama and presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney are still neck and neck in the latest McClatchy-Marist poll.
As the Republican Party slowly starts to rally around likely-nominee Mitt Romney, attention will quickly turn to who the former Massachusetts governor will pick as his running mate. Chief among the VP candidate will be Florida Senator Marco Rubio who will be making waves ahead of the Republican National Convention.
Rick Santorum, coming off a drubbing at the hands of fellow conservative Newt Gingrich in South Carolina, cancelled his scheduled appearance at an Univision forum, at least according to Univision.
The Florida GOP Primary continues to look like it may crown the eventual GOP nominee before Super Tuesday. But, don’t expect Governor Rick Scott to help a candidate out with an endorsement.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is campaigning in Tallahassee Wednesday trying to regain his front-runner status in the Sunshine State.