Report: Condoleeza Rice Atop Romney's VP ListRepublican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is scouring the country looking for the perfect vice-presidential running mate. According to the Drudge Report, a familiar name is now on the top of that list.
Report Rubio Not Being Vetted For Vice-Presidency False, Romney SaidSenator 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.
Rubio Doesn't Deny Being Vetted For Vice-PresidencySenator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is often mentioned as a potential vice presidential choice for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, and when asked if he was being vetted for the job, he did not deny it.
Senator Rubio Visits Guantanamo Bay Naval Station Florida Senator Marco Rubio spent Tuesday traveling to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba where he toured the U.S. Naval Station and learn more about the facility and its role in the detention of “enemy combatants.”
West Says He'd Run As Romney's VPFormer Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has thrust South Florida Congressman Allen West into the middle of the Republican vice-presidential speculation.
Let The VP Vetting BeginMitt 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.
Vice-Presidential Run Not Without Big RisksRepublican 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.
Poll: Jeb Bush May Be GOP's VP SaviorPresident Barack Obama and presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney are still neck and neck in the latest McClatchy-Marist poll.
Rubio Defends Romney's Immigration RecordFlorida Senator Marco Rubio has been careful not to endorse either Newt Gingrich or Mitt Romney for president possibly to protect his potential vice-presidency ambition. But after a new ad came out accusing Romney of being anti-immigrant came out, Senator Rubio came to his defense.