Presumed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney has unveiled a new campaign ad in the Latino-heavy swing states of Nevada, Florida, Colorado, Ohio and North Carolina. No word on his actual immigration plans, though – that’s still a topic he’s avoided for months.
Let the hand shaking and baby kissing begin.The Republican presidential candidates are out in full force in Chicago suburbs ahead of Tuesday's primary. Mitt Romney kicked off Friday's campaign madness with an early visit to diner Pancakes Eggcetera in Rosemont, IL.
Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri endorsed Mitt Romney in the Republican contest Wednesday, just weeks after his state’s primaries, where Rick Santorum scored a victory with 55 percent of the vote.But what exactly is the point here, Sen.
There are two contests today, in Arizona and Michigan, but only Michigan is really up for grabs. That’s because Mitt Romney can count on a large and active Mormon population in Arizona and the support of almost all the Arizona GOP establishment (though that endorsement from Gov.
Illinois U.S. Congressman Jerry Costello announced today he won't be seeking re-election next year after 23 years in office.In a press conference on Tuesday, the 62-year-old downstate Democrat insisted he never intended to be