“A candidate gets to persuade.”
The former Florida governor and brother to George W. Bush made the announcement on Facebook.
“I sure as heck hope we’re running against Hillary Clinton,” Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus says.
“I hope she does something really, really, really big.”
The DNC isn’t worried about Marco Rubio or Susana Martinez, but sources who spoke with top officials tell BuzzFeed News they think Brian Sandoval could be a problem for them.
Clinton spoke at Democratic Senator Tom Harkin’s annual Steak Fry. This is the first time she has visited the crucial state in seven years.
“Since SEIU is not part of the AFL, we won’t be participating in that process.”
“There is a silver lining here.”
“I think we have some options, don’t we?”
“Does anyone have a good phone number” for the former secretary of state? Staff for Rep. Steve Cohen are asking every Democrat on Capitol Hill. Update: Cohen’s office says the email is run-of-the-mill.
The NFL will replace the traditional Roman numerals with numbers for Super Bowl 50, scheduled for Feb. 7, 2016, in San Francisco.
Does Fluffy have plans for 2016 or what?
Stop this boomlet before it starts.
“THE NIGHTMARE … ‘I can handle being a black, disabled, one armed, drug-addicted Jewish homosexual … but please, oh dear God, don’t make me a Democrat.’” A 2010 email forward from then Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker’s then-chief of staff, Thomas Nardelli, to his deputy, Kelly Rindfleisch. Update: Another racist email.
“You know why I’d vote for her? I would vote for her because of her husband — because they’re the two most ruthless people on the planet.”
At a union meeting Wednesday, the vice president showed off his inner gearhead.
“I believe him, I still support him,” says the mayor of Chesilhurst Borough. “I’d endorse Christie again,” says the mayor of Harrison, N.J.
“I have never met him and don’t know anyone in his camp, but I’m glad he’s thinking about us,” one state representative said. The holiday cards were paid for by the New Jersey Republican State Committee.
Some people want Gov. Jerry Brown to make another run for president, and he hasn’t “ruled it out,” according to the Los Angeles Times. A look at what he would bring to the Oval Office.
“I can’t wait to see, in Iowa or New Hampshire, some Tea Party type calling him a liberal and Christie reaching down the guy’s throat and pulling his lungs out. I can’t wait to see that. I’ll pay money to see that.”
Gov. Chris Christie chose to end his fight against marriage equality Monday, turning his back on the Republican Party’s politics on the issue since the fight began. All eyes on the electoral map of 2016.
And you thought it was hard waiting for Game of Thrones to come back on…
The design by architecture firm AECOM was made to reflect the mountains and valleys of Brazil’s coastline on the site located in the Rio’s Barra da Tijuca district.
The former Secretary of State, who once pushed to aid and arm the Syrian rebels, has yet to weigh in on Obama’s plan for military intervention. A “lasting regret.”
Can you tell me how to get, how to get, to Pennsylvania Avenue?
The Maryland governor is openly making preparations for a White House run. “I think we’re on course to have a body of work that lays the framework of a candidacy for 2016,” says O’Malley.
Tina Brown, the editor of Newsweek and The Daily Beast recently endorsed a Clinton-Hickenlooper ticket. “It’s not gonna happen,” the Colorado governor says.
The Republican governor of Wisconsin hints at a possible presidential run in 2016.