Former technology executive Carly Fiorina says she is more than 90 percent likely to seek the Republican presidential nomination. And she is questioning the confidence people can have in likely Democratic contender Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Fiorina likely GOP presidential candidate, attacks Clinton On "Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace," Fiorina challenged several Clinton comments, including saying she used a personal email account for State Department work because it would be easier to carry one device than two.
Carly Fiorina, a former Hewlett-Packard chief executive, said her chances of running for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 are “very high.” Speaking on “Fox News Sunday,” the 2010 California gubernatorial candidate said she is “90 percent” likely to enter the race, with an announcement coming in late April or early May. Fiorina said she […]
"All the candidates have mixed statements - they have statements that seem to support amnesty and they all have ones that seem to oppose it," said Roy Beck, executive director of Numbers USA, which seeks to reduce immigration. Continue reading ? The post Mixed statements on immigration from 2016 GOP contenders appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The 2016 Republican nomination contest spilled onto the Senate floor Thursday, turning a marathon budget debate into a battle over which candidate is prepared to lead the country at a time of war. Four GOP senators are trying to gain...Show More Summary
The U.S. Senate has passed paid sick leave, without one vote from any Republican eyeing the White house. …the Deficit-Neutral Reserve Fund for Legislation to Allow Americans to Earn Paid Sick Time amendment, or SA 798, proposed by Washington Sen. Patty Murray still managed to pass a Senate vote… The amendment was approved by all [...]
“Likely GOP presidential candidate Scott Walker told a private gathering of New Hampshire business leaders earlier this month that he supports providing some illegal immigrants with a pathway to citizenship,” the Washington Post reports. “The position would mark a significant [...]
In a report describing the prerequisite that a candidate be pro-Israel to earn the GOP presidential nomination, the New York Times leaves out some critical information. GOP support for Israel has been increasing for some time, while less than 50 percent of Democrats in some polls are sympathetic toward Israel. In short, the gap between Democrats and Republicans has […]
With more likely candidates, more delegates up for grabs and more super PAC spending, the 2016 GOP Republican presidential primary may become one of the longest and most expensive yet.
Polling is mixed, but when it comes to resources and potential resources, Jeb Bush is the man to beat for the GOP presidential nomination. Hugh has often said that the abundance of candidates under which we labor is an advantage because...Show More Summary
Rep. Peter D. King (R-N.Y.) is not a fan of Sen. Ted Cruz, the Texas senator, newly announced presidential candidate, and fellow Republican. "To me, he's just a guy with a big mouth and no results," he told CNN this week. Well, Cruz supporters aren't much fans of King, a moderate representing Long Island who […]
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) assured conservative Christian voters he speaks their language in a sanctimonious interview with a religious broadcaster. The newly announced GOP presidential candidate told David Brody, of the Christian Broadcasting Network, that religious conservatives must take back their...
This past week, Ted Cruz tossed his hat into the Presidential race. If you eventually got past TedCruz.com, which supports President Obama, and TedCruzForAmerica.com, which takes you to the Obamacare website, and even TedCruz.ca, which...Show More Summary
It was the kind of feel-good photo op that campaigns love: A manatee nursed back to health from the brink of death and now set to be released back into the wild. And a GOP gubernatorial candidate seeking to show voters his softer side. Show More Summary
Two of the Senate's likely GOP presidential candidates, Marco Rubio of Florida and Rand Paul of Kentucky, laid down markers with amendments boosting defense spending by $76 billion in the budget. Next year's Senate elections will have...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — A likely Republican presidential candidate has introduced a bill that would ban local elected officials in the nation's capital from enacting gun-control laws. The only announced GOP presidential candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, introduced resolutions last week disapproving of two District laws.
This story has been updated. Likely GOP presidential candidate Scott Walker told a private gathering of New Hampshire business leaders earlier this month that he supports providing some illegal immigrants with a pathway to citizenship, according a person familiar with the discussion. The position would mark a significant shift from away from the hardline "no […]
While interviewing former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Wednesday's NBC Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon argued that if the Netflix documentary Mitt about the GOP candidate had been released before the 2012 election, voters may have made a different choice: "Because gosh, it was fantastic. Show More Summary
“The race for the Republican presidential nomination is shaping up to be one of the most drawn-out in a generation,” the Wall Street Journal reports. “The candidate field looks unusually crowded, with more than a dozen contenders appealing to different [...]
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will visit the US-Mexico border on Friday with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. Walker, who is considering a run for president, is aiming to bolster his credentials as a critic of President Obama's immigration policies. Show More Summary