2016 Presidential Election
Presidential candidate Rick Santorum, a pointed critic of Republican Congressional leadership, today struck out at their lack of opposition to the President and will to fight for social issues.
A Temple University professor says the challenger to Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination is touching on several issues that are meaningful to young voters.
Chris Christie made it official today, confirming what most people had assumed for months: he’s running for the GOP nomination for president of the United States.
Though the moment is not yet here, the notion is not new.
The latest poll puts him at a low that could be considered symbolic.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie spoke at the Northeast Republican Leadership Conference, unleashing some verbal broadsides at the Obama administration.
Coulter told Rich Zeoli on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT that we should stop allowing disabled immigrants into the country.
Ed Rendell Tells WPHT’s Rich Zeoli Hillary Clinton Will Win The Democratic Primary By Staying True To Who She Is
Ed Rendell spoke with Rich Zeoli on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
Paul says he supports constitutional liberties and is opposed to the Patriot Act, but is opposed to an increase in the minimum wage.
Clinton announced her plans to run for the presidency on several social media sites. A local political consultant says a social media strategy is both critically important and totally irrelevant at the same time.
Since 1960, no one has won the presidency without taking two of three swing states: Pennsylvania, Florida, and Ohio.
“(Christie)’s been clear about his opposition. He’s been saying it all around the state, at events as he travels,” noted Dena Mottola Jaborska, from New Jersey Citizen Action.
US senator Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) was the first to formally announce his presidential run. And instead of a ballroom and podium, he opted for another platform: Twitter.
Returning from a three-day trade trip to London that’ll be remembered more for a political gaffe over measles vaccination, Christie’s overall travel is starting to catch up with how he is perceived by the people he now governs.
Political consultant Jeff Jubelirer thinks family concerns were primary to Romney’s decision.