Rubio Ramping Up Campaign With More Time In Early StatesAfter a summer largely spent raising money for his Republican campaign for president, Marco Rubio says he's about to start spending a whole lot more time in Iowa and the other early voting states.
Boehner's Resignation Prompts Cheers Among GOP's Right WingThe news of House Speaker John Boehner's resignation brought hundreds of religious conservatives to their feet to cheer — and one after another, much of the Republican Party's presidential class joined in their rejoicing.
Boehner "Nudges" Jeb Bush To Run For PresidentFormer Florida Governor Jeb Bush has been given the “nudge” to run for president in 2016 by House Speaker John Boehner.
Former Governor Jeb Bush To Headline CT Awards Dinner Florida’s former governor will be the star speaker at the Connecticut Republican Party's 36th annual Prescott Bush Awards Dinner.
The Election's Over...Except For SOMI Somerset StudentsThe presidential election may be over but at SOMI Somerset Academy it is still going strong.
Study: Pres. Candidates Ignoring Children's IssuesMost political candidates and parties often discuss children as the future of the United States. But, a new study has found that children are being almost completely ignored by the GOP candidates running for president in 2012 and the media.
Debate Could Be Key Moment In Fla. PrimaryWith poll results showing each of them surging at different points of the week and with the enormous stakes of Tuesday's Florida presidential primary, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney face different challenges as each takes the stage for Thursday night’s debate in Jacksonville.
Poll: Gingrich Pulling Away In FloridaRepublican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich is pulling away quickly from his closest rival Mitt Romney in the latest polling from Quinnipiac University.
Major Candidates Call For Halt To Haiti ElectionNearly all the major candidates in Haiti's presidential election called for Sunday's election to be voided amid allegations of fraud and reports that large numbers of voters were turned away from polling stations across the quake-stricken country. Twelve of the 19 candidates endorsed a joint statement denouncing the voting as fraudulent and calling on their supporters to show their anger with demonstrations against the government and the country's Provisional Electoral Council, known as the CEP.
Haitian Presidential Candidates Campaign In Fla.More than 400 Haitian-Americans gathered at a South Florida university Sunday hoping to hear how a handful of Haiti's presidential candidates would rebuild their Caribbean homeland. But they also were skeptical that anything in Haiti would change after the Nov. 28 election, because so little has been accomplished since a catastrophic earthquake in January.