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Mitt Romney

Former GOP Nominee Romney Will Not Run For President In ’16

Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will not run for president in 2016.

Clinton

Clinton’s Democratic Allies Offer Her An Economic Road Map

As Hillary Rodham Clinton heads for an expected run for president in the 2016 election, her allies are pointing her toward something in-between.

Marco Rubio

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio Hints at 2016 Presidential Run

What will the Sunshine Kid do?

JebMitt

Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush Have Long Family History

Romney about to jump in

Mike Huckabee

Is Mike Huckabee Going To Run For President In 2016?

Mike Huckabee announced last night that he is leaving Fox News, and it appears he will decide on another presidential run by "late spring."

Hillary Clinton

2015 Will Be A Big Year For Hillary Clinton

Will You Vote For Hillary Clinton? WASHINGTON (AP) — A still undeclared candidate, Hillary Clinton sits atop the prospective field of Democratic presidential candidates for 2016. But as Clinton has said before, if she runs again, she’ll work as

Miami

Democratic Candidates Appreciate Obama’s Fund-Raising

President Obama found himself in NYC and Greenwich, CT on Tuesday, for two huge fundraisers to help pay for that crash of

Ben Carson

Ben Carson ‘Likely’ To Run For President In 2016

Former Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon and noted conservative activist, Ben Carson, will likely run for president in 2016.

Florida

Rubio: “We must move slowly on immigration.”

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, once the “Champion of Immigration,” told Fox News on Sunday the best chance Congress has of reaching a deal on immigration reform may be through solving long-term flaws in the system separately

Ted Cruz is looking to get a start on 2016 in Iowa this weekend

Ted Cruz rolls into Iowa with an eye on 2016

According to The Hill – Texas Sen. Ted Cruz arrives in Iowa this weekend riding a wave of political momentum after clashing with GOP leaders in Washington over immigration legislation. Cruz, a Republican, is emerging as a favorite of