2016 presidential campaign
Sen. Rand Paul may want to appear twice on the 2016 ballot.
Sanders said he had not decided if he would run as a Democrat or independent.
Paul said some people's comments distract from the movement's message.
By comparison, more people want Christie to not run for the White House.
He said his former mentor's plans won't affect his decision on a White House run.
"There is no obvious reason, for me, why I think I should not run,” he said.
Christie now trails Clinton in a hypothetical match-up in the battleground state.
Romney is expanding his list of possible 2016 GOP presidential candidates.
"I have no plans whatsoever, this is my last stop," the secretary of State said.
Hillary Clinton’s lead in Florida increased to 16 points in a potential presidential match-up...
The former Arkansas gov. is the new 2016 GOP presidential front-runner in a recent survey.
Paul made the statement during an interview with a fourth grade student.
The GOP doesn't want primary states to set off a free-for-all scramble to be earlier in 2016.
"It makes sense for him to step aside in that role," Ken Cuccinelli said of Gov. Christie.
Independents reverse course in Quinnipiac poll, moving to Clinton.
“No, that’s not in the cards, unfortunately,” he said.
Reince Priebus said a Hillary Clinton run might not be "all that bad" for Republicans.
They are reportedly seeking to bolster the foundation ahead of a possible 2016 run.