A tax-exempt group formed by allies of Senator Marco Rubio said it plans to spend over $20 million on advertising. The group is not required to disclose its donors.
Anyone imagining that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.) might duke it out in the "Romney Olympics" -- Mitt Romney's highly competitive regimen of sports and outdoor games that he and his family play every summer at their New Hampshire lake house -- to win the 2012 Republican nominee's endorsement will be sorely disappointed. Show More Summary
On Monday, soon after the New York Times slammed Florida senator Marco Rubio as Cuba's “least favorite son,” the 2016 GOP presidential candidate fired back, accusing reporter Jason Horowitz of using the “Castro regime's propaganda” in his article, which was entitled “Marco Rubio Is Hardly a Hero in Cuba. Show More Summary
A nonprofit group launched by allies of Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio has raised $15.8 million to back the Florida senator’s bid for the GOP nomination, the group said Monday.
A nonprofit organization supportive of Marco Rubio and funded by secret donors announced Monday that it has raised more than $15.8 million since its creation, adding a hefty sum to the effort to boost the Florida Republican senator's presidential campaign. Conservative Solutions Project, a group run by Rubio allies that has hit the airwaves with […]
A tax-exempt group formed by allies of Senator Marco Rubio of Florida said on Monday that it was preparing to spend upwards of $20 million on advertising to introduce Mr. Rubio to voters, money whose source the organization is not required to disclose.
In a scene torn straight from your most unsettling sexual nightmares, former presidential candidate Mitt Romney hosted New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Florida Senator Marco Rubio at his house for a sleepover. “It was fun,” Rubio told reporters the next day, while we all shuddered, suddenly chilled to the bone by a nameless, creeping horror. Read more...
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio blasted The New York Times Monday on Twitter, accusing them of attacking him using Cuban propaganda.
GOP presidential candidates Florida Senator Marco Rubio and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie had some fun over the weekend at Mitt Romney's Lake...
Residents of towns that were home to the Republican senator’s parents, grandparents and great-grandparents take issue with his Cuba policy, if they are aware of him at all.
Senator Marco Rubio, fresh off the heels of a sleepover at Mitt Romney's with Chris Christie, said the summit was "good." "We ate hamburgers and hot dogs, then we went out for ice cream," Rubio said Saturday as he shook hands and greeted potential voters while marching behind Christie at a July Fourth parade in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. Show More Summary
I agree with Senator Ted Cruz that Donald Trump has a point on the illegal immigration issue. There are a lot of criminals and undesirables coming across our open borders.
Marco Rubio had been gaining on Jeb Bush in the polls last month, but now the momentum has switched and Bush appears to have regained his front-runner status and is surging ahead of Rubio in one national poll, the Tampa Bay Times reports. Show More Summary
Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney was joined by Chris Christie and Marco Rubio at a Fourth of July parade in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire on Saturday. It was during the event that Romney became the latest major GOP figure to respond to Donald Trump's explosive comments about Mexicans, saying that his comments are hurting the Party's image.
Mitt Romney hosted two rival Republican presidential contenders at a holiday sleepover, the AP reports. Gov. Chris Christie and Sen. Marco Rubio “will both be staying over at Romney’s property in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire… the former governor and his wife [...]
On Saturday morning, GOP primary rivals Chris Christie and Marco Rubio woke up under the same roof as they prepared to march in the same Fourth of July parade. And when they made their way downstairs for breakfast, they were likely greeted...Show More Summary
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney will be hosting two rival Republican presidential contenders at a holiday sleepover Friday evening. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio will both be staying over at Romney's property in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, an aide to Romney confirmed. Show More Summary
Marco Rubio has become the latest 2016 Republican hopeful to denounce Donald Trump's controversial statements about Mexican immigrant criminals and rapists.
Many of the wealthy contributors in Mr. Rubio’s home state who propelled him to national political fame as a senator are sticking by Jeb Bush, the former governor.
HANOVER, N.H. -- Chris Christie and Marco Rubio are not the only presidential candidates catching up with Mitt Romney in New England. Romney and his wife, Ann, plan to meet this coming week with former Florida governor Jeb Bush for lunch at Walker's Point, the Bush family compound in Kennebunkport, Maine, according to aides familiar with the plans. "Governor […]