Republican Nomination

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Facing South Florida: Jeb Bush’s Announcement

Jeb Bush is scheduled to announce his campaign for President Monday.


Marco Rubio (Source: CBS4)

Report Rubio Not Being Vetted For Vice-Presidency False, Romney Said

Senator Marco Rubio has been near the top of almost every potential list of vice-presidential picks for Republican Mitt Romney this year. But, it appears Senator Rubio may not be on the short list after all.


Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney attends a Super Tuesday Republican primary elections evening in Boston, Massaschusetts, March 6, 2012. Republican voters made their way to the polls in the Super Tuesday primary elections in 10 states and 437 delegates at stake. (Photo credit: EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

Romney Matches Obama In April Fundraising

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has almost completely closed the gap between him and President Barack Obama when it comes to fundraising for the campaign.


Republican presidential hopeful, former Speaker Newt Gingrich, greets supporters during a campaign rally January 29, 2012, with senior citizens in a retirement community called, The Villages, in Lady Lake, Florida.  (Photo credit: PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)

Report: Gingrich To End Campaign May 1

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is set to officially end his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination May 1, according to CNN.


MarcoRubio At Hispanic Leadership Conference

Rubio: Romney Will Win White House Without Me

One week after giving his endorsement to Republican GOP hopeful Mitt Romney, Florida Senator Marco Rubio said the former Massachusetts governor will win the race for the White House, but not with him on the ticket.


Marco Rubio (Source: CBS4)

Let The VP Vetting Begin

Mitt Romney has just about clinched the GOP nomination for president and that means all of the attention will turn away from Mitt and instead towards who he will pick for vice-president.


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Vice-Presidential Run Not Without Big Risks

Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney is looking to wrap up the nomination process as soon as Tuesday’s Wisconsin primary. Once that happens, the focus will turn to his vice-presidential selection, but candidates for that job might want to think a long time before accepting it.


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Romney May Put Nomination Away In Wisconsin

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney may be able to finally put away the GOP presidential nomination with a strong showing in Tuesday’s Wisconsin primary.


TAMPA, FL - JANUARY 31:  Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney waves to supporters during his Florida primary night party on January 31, 2012 in Tampa, Florida. According to early results Romney defeated former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum and U.S. Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) to win Florida's primary.   (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Romney Clawing Back Into Lead In Michigan

While Rick Santorum has picked up the majority of the headlines in recent weeks, it appears that Mitt Romney may have gained just enough momentum to overtake Santorum in Michigan during Tuesday’s primary.


Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush  (Source: AP)

Jeb Bush Warns GOP Over Extreme Rhetoric

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is warning the current crop of GOP presidential candidates to tone down the extreme rhetoric or run the risk of alienating some crucial voters.