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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is returning to Arizona for a fundraiser Wednesday at the Villa Siena wedding reception site, at 890 W. Elliot Road, in Gilbert.
CONCORD, N.H. — Just two days from the finish, President Barack Obama's campaign is mobilizing a massive get-out-the-vote effort aimed at carrying the Democrat to victory, as Republican Mitt Romney makes a late play for votes in Democratic-leaning Pennsylvania.
After years of avoiding direct mention of his religion, Mitt Romney will open up about his Mormon faith as he accepts the Republican nomination for president.
TAMPA, Fla. — His Republican National Convention pushed back by a day, Mitt Romney conceded Sunday that fresh controversy over rape and abortion is harming his party and he accused Democrats of trying to exploit it for political gain.
BOSTON — With swing voters in his sights, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is tacking toward the center on health care and defense spending now that he's put his final partisan hurdle behind him and the sprint to Nov. 6 is underway.
Mitt Romney rolled out his Arizona fundraising team this week, a move that indicates the former Massachusetts governor intends to take the fight for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination straight to Sen. John McCain —and in McCain’s home state.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was welcomed to the East Valley with chants of "U-S-A" as he made a stop on the campaign trail at the Mesa Amphitheater Monday night.
DENVER — President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney come face to face for the first time in this presidential campaign Wednesday night for a nationally televised debate that will give millions of Americans a chance to size up two fierce competitors in a moment of high-risk theater.
WASHINGTON - Republican John McCain sought to keep alive his deeply troubled campaign on Monday, laying off dozens of staffers after lackluster fundraising and excessive spending left him with just $2 million for his second presidential bid.
A lot of Republicans seemed genuinely surprised that they lost, that Mitt Romney was defeated by President Obama, and that Republicans lost seats in both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives. They actually thought they were going to win!
It seems to me that what is missing in the top two contenders for the Republican presidential nomination is passion.
CLEVELAND - The Memorial Day guest list at Sen. John McCain's Arizona home runs to at least three Republicans mentioned as vice presidential running mates, but a top aide said Wednesday that vetting possible veeps is not on the agenda.
It seems to me that what is missing in the top two contenders for the Republican presidential nomination is passion. While Ron Paul speaks with passion of the Federal Reserve and Rick Santorum speaks with passion about life, Newt Gingrich speaks passionately mostly about Mitt Romney; and Mitt, it seems, merely speaks in sound bites.
Who loves Medicare more? President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney's running mate vied for that distinction Saturday as Medicare became the latest flashpoint in a presidential campaign of flying elbows.
Presidential hopefuls John McCain and Hillary Rodham Clinton are still the top choices among Arizona voters, but the Republican and Democratic races appear to be narrowing as the state’s ongoing presidential preference election nears its conclusion.
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama has resorted to "extremism" with stifling, anti-growth policies and sought to divide Americans, not unite them, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels said Tuesday in the formal Republican response to the president's State of the Union address.
Arizona residents will help establish the course for the next presidency on Tuesday, voting in the nation's first true coast-to-coast single-day primary.
I’ve said this before, but I must say it again: We’ve got something good going on here in the East Valley. And I wish the rest of the country had it.
Senators John McCain of Arizona and Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York emerged as the top early choices among Arizona voters for the 2008 presidential election, according to a new poll.
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Presidential candidates John McCain and Hillary Rodham Clinton hold double-digit leads among the state’s most reliable voters heading into Arizona’s presidential preference election, according to an Arizona State University/KAET-TV (Channel 8) poll released Tuesday.
John McCain’s second bid for the presidency has become so shaky that Arizona’s senior senator is planning a major speaking tour of early primary states later this month to “officially” launch his campaign, while unofficially hoping to make a fresh start, as Tribune writer Paul Giblin reported Thursday.
Ever since he was 8 years old, Ron Puechner has been loyal to a hobby that sees interest heat up during a presidential election year: collecting political memorabilia.
A dramatic increase in public and media interest in the Mormon Church has compelled church leaders to carry out a multipronged effort to better inform the public about the church and to dispel misconceptions.