Mitt Romney won the Washington, D.C., presidential primary in a mostly uncontested race.
GOP Presidential Primary
Mitt Romney won the Republican presidential primary, earning the majority of the state's 37 delegates.
Ann Romney wants to “unzip” Mitt Romney and share the presidential contender's more personal side with voters, the GOP front-runner's wife said Monday.
“Well, you know, I guess we better unzip him and let the real Mitt Romney out, because he is not!” Ann Romney told Baltimore radio station WBAL, according to ABC News. She was asked whether her husband tends to be "stiff" in person.
In Wisconsin, Mitt Romney has chosen to make embattled Gov. Scott Walker’s (R) fight with public-sector unions his own.
"We're looking like we're going to win this thing," the GOP front-runner said on Saturday.
The delegate math looks increasingly bleak for Santorum, and GOP heavyweights are calling for the party to unite behind Romney.
Mitt Romney's campaign demanded President Obama release notes about his meetings with world leaders.
Some of Bush’s relatives have endorsed Romney, who will likely be asked about Bush’s policies on the campaign trail.
Rick Santorum signaled partial, but not total, support for House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan's 2013 budget plan.
Romney has repeatedly helped Democrats and GOP rivals paint him as wealthy and out-of-touch with several campaign gaffes.