The Washington Times' political blog.
Mitt Romney plans to be in Tampa on Tuesday, the same day that his wife, Ann, is slated to address the thousands gathered for the Republican National Convention.
A video surfaced Monday of a cab driver for Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren getting into a physical altercation with a state Republican Party tracker.
The House's No. 1 Republican said Monday he is "on the offense" to pickup seats in the chamber despite most political experts predicting Democrats will chip away at the GOP's 49-seat advantage.
As Republicans flock to Tampa for this week's Republican National Convention, they may be gathering on slightly unfriendly soil, according to a poll released Monday.
Republican Florida Sen. Marco Rubio blasted President Obama on Monday, accusing him of running an overly negative re-election campaign in an effort to distract voters from the economy.
Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, estranged from the Republican Party after he ran as an independent in 2010 and lost to now-Sen. Marco Rubio, announced in an editorial in the Tampa Bay Times on Sunday he is endorsing President Obama.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, a Republican Party favorite, said Sunday that he recognized all along that 2012 was his best political opportunity to run for president but still ultimately decided against it.
Ann Romney disagrees with her husband, Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, on some issues, but she's staying tight-lipped on the details.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, conspicuously not among the speakers scheduled for next week's Republican National Convention, said Saturday she will be busy campaigning for congressional candidates in Arizona.
Mitt Romney, routinely dismissed as a bit stiff and humorless on the stump, is suddenly cracking up his campaign trail crowds.
Joe the Plumber is back on the presidential campaign trail — at least in spirit, thanks to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's newly minted running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan.
Making his first public appearance since his rape comments ignited a political firestorm, Republican congressman Todd Akin insisted once again that he won't bow out of his U.S. Senate race despite pleas from his Republican colleagues.
That didn't take long. President Obama's campaign manager just blasted out a fundraising email hours after Mitt Romney fumbled his way into the "birther" controversy while touting his local roots at a campaign stop in Michigan.
GOP challenger Mitt Romney waded into conspiracy theories surrounding President Obama's birthplace with a one-liner on Friday, telling the thousands at a campaign stop in the Detroit suburbs that there is no reason for them to question where Mr. Romney or his wife were born and raised.
After releasing his first television ad of his U.S. Senate campaign in Virginia earlier this week, Democrat Tim Kaine unveiled an all-Spanish television ad Friday as part of a $250,000 buy of Spanish-language radio and television ads that will run from now until election day.
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