Both campaigns are trying to set standards low -- sometimes comically -- so their candidate looks good if he manages to exceed them.
Mitt Romney said on Thursday he hasn’t been watching the Democratic National Convention and has no plans to tune in for President Obama’s speech, although he acknowledged that he’s heard some details about what the president will address.
Newlyweds in New Jersey get a photo with the Republican after he rolls past their gathering.
After a day in which his message was overshadowed by talk of Donald Trump and birtherism, Mitt Romney's appearance at a fundraiser at Trump's hotel showed the fine line he walks between embracing the brash billionaire and keeping him at a safe distance.
He says he regrets incidents, including those involving gay classmates, recounted in a Washington Post article on Thursday.
Candidate skips over recent issues in the news to keep focus on Obama's record.
Campaigning with Florida senator, candidate gives a hint of his own immigration proposal.
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Gingrich made his usual pledge on the Hannity show to stay in the race, but his fundraising is drying up, his schedule is lightening, there are questions about what he could accomplish by pressing on to the August convention in Tampa.
Newt Gingrich's spokesman on Sunday dismissed speculation about a potential Gingrich-Rick Perry ticket being announced before the Republican National Convention in August, saying the two camps have not discussed the idea "at any level."
Coming off several disappointing primary performances, Newt Gingrich on Monday said he’s not dropping out—but that he is retooling how he campaigns.
South Carolina ads target his time at Bain and as Massachusetts governor.
Despite his mantra to stay “positive,” Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich took a swipe at rival Ron Paul on Thursday, suggesting that the Texas lawmaker's political base consists of “people who want to legalize drugs.”
“My only observation,” Gingrich said, “is every time these guys have attacked each other, they’ve gone down. So I don’t know that being the attack dog in the Republican Party is necessarily an asset, you know a big asset. It’s not a game I’m going to play.”
Rep. Michele Bachmann owes much of the support that fuelled her presidential campaign to her ties to the Tea Party, but she is now finding out that the fiercely decentralized movement can be a double-edged sword.
After telling NBC's David Gregory that the proposal wasn't serious, the candidate left the door open to actually pursuing it
Having fallen behind him in polls, the Minnesota congresswoman held a rally dedicated to blasting the Texas governor
The Minnesota congresswoman's campaign denies that she wants to remove the president from office
The GOP hopeful met with the lawman with a reputation for tough treatment of illegal immigrants