The presumptive 2016 GOP presidential candidates who showed up at the Republican National Committee's annual winter confab in San Diego did not mention Hillary Clinton, at least not publicly. RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, for his part, played it close to the vest and stuck to the basics. Show More Summary
SAN DIEGO — Mitt Romney is telling fellow Republicans that he's weighing another presidential run, one in which he would show more compassion for the nation's poor and middle class. In a speech to the Republican National Committee aboard...Show More Summary
In the course of 24 hours, Texas Gov. Rick Perry delivered his farewell speech in Texas and presented a stem-winder to the Republican National Committee, previewing his domestic and foreign policy vision. Although talking specifically about Texas, he was really delivering his take on the American dream: “In Texas, it’s not where you come from […]
Does the Republican Party's official list of 2016 presidential primary debates reveal a desire to avoid uncomfortable immigration questions? Some Democrats feel the National Republican Committee intentionally snubbed Univision on Friday...Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee announced Friday it has sanctioned as many as 12 debates for the 2016 presidential campaign, starting with a face-off in Ohio. In an effort to streamline the nomination process, the RNC is limiting debates while also spreading them around the country and on different TV networks. The goal is to end what […]
The Republican National Committee released nine sanctioned presidential primary debates, as well as three pending ones this afternoon. The debates will begin this August in Ohio and will continue on to early 2016. Below is a list of the sanctioned and pending debates, including their location, month and the network they will be broadcast on: 1. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee has established a debate schedule for the 2016 primary debates, which will begin later this summer. According to Politico the early debates will be on cable news while the later debates will go to the broadcast networks. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee approved nine presidential primary debates in 2016, a fraction of the roughly two dozen forums held in the 2012 election. Another three are expected to be scheduled.
The Republican National Committee announced the initial schedule of presidential primary debates, beginning this August and spanning seven months.
Get ready: The first Republican primary debate is just eight months away, the Republican National Committee announced Friday, along with the calendar for the first nine debates of the 2016 cycle. Republican candidates participated in more than 20 debates in the 2012 election cycle, which the national party credited with weakening eventual Republican nominee Mitt…
After well documented remarks made by Ben Carson, such as comparing present-day America to Nazi Germany, the possible presidential candidate insisted to attendees at the Republican National Committee’s winter meeting that he’s “not crazy.”...Show More Summary
When Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus said Bill Clinton would be "fair game" if Hillary Clinton runs for president, he was serious. In fact, Priebus is already getting his smear campaign up and running: "We're writing...Show More Summary
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) left little doubt that he is planning to run for the White House in 2016, Time reports. “Speaking to the Republican National Committee (RNC) at its winter meeting in San Diego, the union-busting Midwesterner cast [...] The post Walker All But Says He’s Running for President appeared first on Political Wire.
Ben Carson, the 63-year-old former neurosurgeon who plans to run for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, startled an audience of Republican National Committee members Thursday by seeming to praise the terrorist organizationShow More Summary
The Republican National Committee voted yesterday to censure Michigan Republican National Committeeman Dave Agema for what Chair Reince Priebus deemed a "history of harmful and offensive rhetoric."
The Republican National Committee has again called for Agema's resignation, this time citing not a homophobic Web post but a racist one. read more
Looks like we just might have yet another entrant for the GOP primary. Betsy Woodruff, at Slate, posted this on Monday: When the Republican National Committee assembles later this week in San Diego for its winter meeting, it’s hoping that Dave Agema doesn’t make the trip. Show More Summary
Mitt Romney will attend this week’s upcoming Republican National Committee’s meeting in San Diego, three sources told NBC News — and will make his first public comments since the news surfaced that he was considering a third presidential run. Said [...]
The Republican National Committee's 168 members gather this week in San Diego for the party's annual winter meeting. It's the first formal gathering since the party's strong performance in the midterm elections, and the upcoming race...Show More Summary
When the Republican National Committee assembles later this week in San Diego for its winter meeting, it’s hoping that Dave Agema doesn’t make the trip. That’s because Agema—the Republican National Committeeman for the state of Michigan—has become an embarrassment for much of the party. Show More Summary