The former Hewlett Packard CEO and former Republican candidate for Senate in California languished in the polls with the bottom feeders of the huge Republican field since her campaign announcement this spring. 1,314 more words
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The first round of Republican presidential debates are done and they were for the most part, everything that everyone could’ve wanted them to be.
After all of the consternation from Fox News, the RNC and the individual candidates about who should be involved in the debate, the end result probably pleased everyone. 771 more words
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus has always been a man ahead of his own party. Whether for political expediency or sincere ideological belief, he has advocated for major outreach to the African American and Latino voting constituencies since he took the reins from Michael Steele in 2011. 545 more words
The slate of Republicans running for the presidential nomination now stands at a pretty ungainly 16.
This is the largest number of GOP candidates in over 40 years, which presents some huge problems for the party, for the networks running debates and most importantly, for the voters. 1,119 more words
Today, Governor John Kasich became the 16th and final Republican to enter the race for the GOP Nomination in 2016. This means that the Republican presidential field now has more official entrants than at any point in American history. 742 more words
Being a politician is a tough job because unless you’re in a dictatorship, of royalty or Dr. Doom, you actually have to deal with dissent, disagreement and protests from the people you rule. 1,396 more words
In my mind I have always envisioned why Elizabeth Warren decided to not run for the Democratic nomination in 2016. Weighing all of the options, she probably figured that the chance to be the Democratic Senate leader after Harry Reid left office would ensure her longer more significant influence on policy than going head to head with Hillary Clinton for the 2016 baton. 662 more words