A fundraising solicitation sent by Ron Paul on Wednesday painted a frank picture of the future of his campaign.
GOP Presidential Primary
Romney’s advisers undermined an effort to close the gender gap by fumbling a question about support for equal-pay legislation.
GOP leaders in Congress are among the winners while the Tea Party is among the losers.
Huckabee could serve as a valuable validation that the former Massachusetts governor has left the “Massachusetts” in him behind.
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad (R) on Tuesday endorsed Mitt Romney as the GOP presidential nominee, saying his endorsement is “all about timing” and urging Republicans to “coalesce” behind Romney.
“I think it’s clear that Romney has the momentum, that he’s going to be the nominee,” Branstad said at a press conference on Tuesday afternoon.
Mitt Romney holds a solid lead in delegates, according to a new count from the Republican National Committee.
Rick Santorum’s campaign announced he will stump in his home state and Missouri next week.
The group is not spending in the state as Santorum holds meetings about his future.
Since Paul announced his presidential bid, his absenteeism rate has soared: In 2012, he missed 136 votes, casting only 15.
Romney's campaign on Thursday announced the endorsement of NRCC Chairman Pete Sessions and his fellow Texas Reps. John Carter and Mac Thornberry.