A Jeb Bush-Rob Portman ticket could be worst-case scenario for Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, a Clinton adviser said Friday.
Here’s a Republican pairing that should haunt Democrats’ dreams for the next two years: Jeb Bush and Rob Portman. That, at least, is what Harold Ickes warned Friday.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) is once again attempting to swell federal power and erode civil liberties by preying on fears about sexual exploitation. Today, she and Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) introduced the Combat Human Trafficking...Show More Summary
One of the big stories of the recent midterms is how anti-gay groups like the National Organization For Marriage played a role in helping elect pro-equality Democrats by waging war against moderate Republicans in a few key races. NOM has...
The antigay group says it will let voters know Portman wants to 'redefine marriage' because of his gay son. read more
The National Organization for Marriage is taking credit for the defeat of several openly gay and pro-marriage equality Republicans on Nov. 4. Not surprisingly, though, a closer examination of election results raises significant questions about the group's claims. NOM wrote...
"Rob Portman can forget about getting elected President of the United States. If he runs we will make sure that GOP primary voters are aware of his desire to redefine marriage and his willingness to see federal judges set aside the votes of 50 million Americans who enacted marriage amendments across the country because his son is gay. Show More Summary
In a kayaking interview with Johnathan Karl for Politics Confidential, Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) spoke at length about his decision last year to come out in support of marriage equality after his son Will told him he was gay. Said....
Ohio Senator Rob Portman is considering a 2016 presidential bid. He spoke to ABC News. Portman acknowledges that he’s now considering running for president himself in 2016. “I am concerned about the country, and I want to see who else jumps in,” said Portman, who is also planning to run for another term in the [...]
John Feehery: Sen. Rob Portman is about the only one to give any hints as to what Congress could do in its first 100 days next year.
On this date in 1945, the U.S. government announced the end of shoe rationing. Woo! Peaches Sen. Rob Portman plans to be at the GAGOP HQ tomorrow stumping for David Perdue. 11am-1pm Hope for the Pink Pony? 36th for business tax climate. Show More Summary
Former Chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Chuck Schumer (D. NY), and current Vice Chairman for Finance of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Rob Portman (R. OH), both appeared on "Meet the Press" this morning to predict the outcome of the 2014 midterms: SEN. Show More Summary
Senator Rob Portman of Ohio says his fellow Republicans, by and large, are not ready to support same-sex marriage.
John Feehery: Rob Portman has shown that he has the chops to get donors to open their wallets. This helps Republicans in this cycle and might be useful to Sen. Portman himself in 2016.
Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH), a member of the Senate Homeland Security Committee appeared to avoid giving a clear statement on banning flights from countries that have experienced mass outbreaks of the Ebola virus on CNN’s “@This Hour” on Friday. Show More Summary
The National Organization For Marriage is vowing to defeat US Senator (and potential presidential candidate) Rob Portman (R-OH) in his 2016 reelection bid. The Daily Beast reports: Brian Brown, the president of the National Organization for Marriage, a prominent social...
Sen. Rob Portman is a rising star in the GOP. But since he’s switched his stance on gay marriage, a group of social conservatives wants to take him down.
Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) has been preparing a Senate agenda in the event the GOP takes the Senate. But contrary to earlier reports emanating from a breakfast he held with the Christian Science Monitor, his vision is ambitious and concrete. In a phone interview yesterday Portman told me, “I have been working for some time […]
On Monday’s “America’s Newsroom,” Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) indicated that although he had been a critic of President Barack Obama and his policy regarding the ISIS threat in the Middle East, Republicans Obama for his evolution on using forced against the rogue element. Show More Summary
Riiiight. Oh wait, you're serious. He could be hailed as farsighted, a serious leader who opened his party's doors for all people and generations. Rob Portman could be the Republican Party's first post-gay-marriage presidential candidate. [...]Show More Summary