Possible GOP presidential candidate upset over party's direction on gay marriage.
Why Romney? Why now?
Perry and Cruz saw their stock rise this weekend while Paul, Huckabee and Santorum took hits.
A Gallup poll found 91 percent of people are familiar with Clinton.
The poll also found Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) has been closing in on Clinton’s lead.
20 percent of GOP primary voters would select the former Arkansas governor.
Huckabee said he doesn't "care what people do personally in their individual lives."
Rep. James Lankford (R-Okla.) is in a highly competitive GOP primary field.
Paul brings in 16 percent of the vote among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents.
Mike Huckabee is gearing up for another run for the White House.
On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton continues to dominate early polling.
The former Arkansas gov. will headline an event for the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition.
There are four convergent trends that favor Romney.
The poll comes after Romney said "circumstances can change" when asked about 2016.
In a new survey, N.J. Gov. Chris Christie has a net favorability rating of 10 percent.
Hillary Clinton also sweeps the potential 2016 Democratic field for president.
18 percent of active GOP voters in the early caucus state would vote for Bush.
In 1997, he signed a law that was struck down Friday.
The nod could give him a boost with social conservatives in his Senate primary.
Many Republicans with an eye on the White House in 2016.
Among Democrats, Vice President Biden comes in a distant second.
Conservative critics say Iowa's governor wants to get rid of the Iowa Straw Poll.
Huckabee, who won Iowa's GOP caucuses in 2008, pulls 17 percent support.
The former Arkansas gov. is the new 2016 GOP presidential front-runner in a recent survey.