The party on Wednesday launched Register.gop.
OPINION | Let’s hope other 2016 presidential hopefuls learn from Rick Perry’s mistake.
OPINION | "How To Win Friends and Influence People" has plenty of material for politics.
“I think it’s a charade,” said Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R-S.C.), a Tea Party favorite.
The border crisis also gives Perry the opportunity to change his image on immigration.
OPINION | The small reward for conservatives will come with a great deal of future pain.
Three openly gay House candidates are aiming to change the face of the GOP.
OPINION |The Republican Party has entered a new era of sectarian civil wars.
The possible 2016 White House hopeful takes on his own party.
OPINION | If you want to know who each of the parties represent, simply look at their donors.
OPINION | Can a “street corner conservative” like King make a real play for the White House?
With 13 Republican members, unifying around a single candidate is proving a tough task.
OPINION | The 2014 elections can create a powerful Bill Clinton moment.
OPINION | You'd think the GOP was a sleeper agent for the Democratic Party.
“I don’t think the Republican Party is fighting it,” Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said.
Dems fear that a drop-off in minority voters could severely cost them at the polls this fall.
Bank reauthorization has become a litmus test for many groups on the right.
Business groups are turning their firepower toward the Senate.
OPINION | It used to be said that good policy is good politics.
Patrick McHenry will replace Peter Roskam, who ran unsuccessfully against Scalise for whip.
Compromise seems to be off-putting to GOP voters, who nonetheless endorse the concept.
National Democrats may have a rare offensive opportunity in the Deep South.
OPINION | His positions on two issues make him formidable: education reform and immigration.
"We had probably 15,000 card-carrying Democrats come into this primary," said Ray Allen.