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Mitt and Putin ONE; Obama and Hillary ZERO

Every PR person worth their salt knows that timing is not just everything; sometimes it’s the only thing. Consider what happened today on opposite sides of Mother Earth. 365 more words

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Romney abandons 2016 campaign for president

This post is in partnership with Time. The article below was originally published at Time.com.

By Zeke J. Miller, TIME

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney told donors and supporters Friday that he will not run for president, just three weeks after upending the GOP field by suggesting he was seriously considering a third bid for the White House. 499 more words


Mitt Romney in Full Campaign Mode During Mississippi Swing

Mitt Romney staged a campaign-style swing Wednesday through a Deep South state that spurned him in the 2012 Republican primary, calling for a national war on poverty, testing a few attack lines directed at Hillary Rodham Clinton, and declaring his fondness for pulled pork. 1,013 more words

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Scott Walker's path to presidential candidate

National pundits are giving Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker high marks for his Iowa speech on Saturday.

Gov. Walker is looking more and more like a 2016 Republican presidential candidate. 338 more words


No, Elizabeth Warren Should Not Run for President

By: Mikhaila Calice, Intern, Randolph-Macon College ’15.

Since the 2014 mid-term election, rumors about Presidential candidates have become regular discussion, especially the rumors and pressures around Elizabeth Warren. 858 more words


Washington DC Lands 2016 Democratic Convention

(WASHINGTON, DC) Look out, District of Columbia: The Democrats are coming to your town.

Edging out competing bids from New York, Philadelphia, and Columbus, the midsized city of Washington, DC has landed the 2016 Democratic National Convention in a stunning upset. 294 more words


Santorum Taking A Serious Look At Running For President Again

By Pat Loeb

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The presidential primaries are still more than a year away, but it already appears the Republicans will host another crowded field. 182 more words