Just as Barack Obama reached historic levels four years ago as the first African-American presidential nominee of a major political party, Mitt Romney has now reached that peak as the first-ever Mormon. And yet, in a poll this January only 56 percent of voters said the country is ready for a Mormon president. On her MSNBC show today, Melissa Harris-Perry dug into the specifics of Mormon beliefs and the religion's ties to American exceptionalism.
A new national Quinnipiac poll shows that GOP voters prefer former failed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in 2016. The early poll shows Romney leading with 19 percent, while Jeb Bush earns second place. New Jersey Gove... Read Post
A new poll released Wednesday morning found Republican voters are still inclined to back some familiar names in the 2016 presidential race. Two-time presidential candidate Mitt Romney led the crowded field with 19% support, the Quin... Read Post