Mitt Romney's campaign in Illinois is celebrating the former Massachusetts governor's narrow victory in the Iowa caucuses. Dan Rutherford, chairman of Romney's campaign in Illinois and the Republican state treasurer, is calling Romney's eight vote-victory in Iowa a success."
Mitt Romney is accepting an endorsement from Arizona Sen. John McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee.Romney flew to New Hampshire Wednesday after his narrow Iowa caucus win to begin campaigning for next week's primary in the New England state.He was joined on stage by McCai
Attacked as a lifelong Washington insider, newly minted Republican front-runner Newt Gingrich parried criticism from Mitt Romney in campaign debate Saturday night, telling the former Massachusetts governor, "The only reason you didn't become a career politician is because you lost to Teddy Kennedy i
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is getting a lot of love from Republicans in Illinois' congressional delegation. Three of them are now backing the former Massachusetts governor.The latest endorsement comes from U.S. Rep. Bob Dold, a freshman lawmaker from Chicago's North Shore suburbs.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is hitting out at republicans who have been criticizing his former boss.Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney ridiculed President Barack Obama's handling of the economy and debt ceiling debate this week.
President Barack Obama returns to Washington on Friday with his re-election campaign a bit richer. The president attended three fundraising events Thursday evening in Chicago.Ticket prices topped out at $35,800, though they were as low as $100 at the largest event, on Navy Pier.
President Barack Obama returns home to Chicago Thursday to raise cash for his re-election campaign. The main fundraiser, taking place on Navy Pier, is being billed as the "fundraising kick-off" to the 2012 campaign.
In what is admittedly not the most useful polling result ever, CNN/Opinion Research reported Tuesday that about half a group it polled was split on whether President Obama would be re-elected.According to the survey, 51 percent said Obama wouldn't be re-elected while 46 percent said he would.