Republican members of Congress are criticizing Jeb Bush’s comments on immigration.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) leads the field of potential Republican presidential candidates in early-voting South Carolina, according to a new poll from Gravis Marketing.
Huckabee, who finished a strong second place in South Carolina's 2008 primary, polls at 18 percent in the survey. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) comes in second place with 17 percent, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) is in third with 14 percent of the vote and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) pulls 13 percent. No other candidate reaches double digits.
Priebus is well-liked by his colleagues and has been largely spared from blame for last week's election results.
President Obama's use of the word "bull****ter" to describe GOP challenger Mitt Romney were part of a "casual conversation" with a reporter, he said on Friday, but didn't distance himself from the remark.
Restore Our Future, created to support Mitt Romney, pulled in as much in September as it did in July and August combined.
The Arizona Republican argued that Obama's "prolonged and record setting federal spending" hasn't produced results.
"That's not the kind of personality I would like to see in the Oval Office,” the former vice president said.
Denver police are investigating a shot fired at an Obama campaign field office Friday afternoon, according to published reports.
Mitt Romney reportedly signed regulatory documents identifying himself as Bain’s CEO three years after he said he left the firm.