Mitt Romney's top aides "plan to move quickly after the primaries on Tuesday to integrate the campaign's growing staff with the Republican National Committee, in an effort to avoid logistical stumbles that have hampered past nominees," the New York Times reports.
"Romney has been careful not to push the committee into a formal support role while two of his rivals -- Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul -- continue campaigning for the nomination.
The Republican National Committee?s rollout of its Hispanic outreach efforts hit a snag Tuesday when an RNC official suggested that Mitt Romney is still deciding what his views on immigration are going to be. Read Post
Mitt Romney's presidential campaign announced that they had raised $101.3 million dollars in July, The Hill reports. "The fundraising haul, from joint efforts between Team Romney and the Republican National Committee (RNC), marks th... Read Post
Political committees controlled by Mitt Romney's campaign have made generous donations to prominent Republicans in early primary states, but records show contributions have tailed off as the GOP nominees head in to Super Tuesday. Read Post