2016 presidential campaign
Republican political advisor and Fox News consultant Karl Rove says Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., may give potential 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton a “run for her money.”
If you’re an aspiring presidential candidate, says professional crisis manager Eric Dezenhall, right now is “a great time to take a pratfall because it’s so far away from anything major.”
According to Sen. Rand Paul, as a medical doctor, he has a rare set of credentials at the intersection of science and politics.
Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina has set up a committee he says will help him look beyond his home state to determine if he might have a “viable path” to the Republican presidential nomination.
Senator Rand Paul, R-Ky., is touting several foreign policy issues as he now says he is “very strongly” looking at a run for president in 2016.
Hillary Rodham Clinton, making her return to Iowa for the first time since the 2008 presidential campaign, implored Democrats on Sunday to choose shared economic opportunity over “the guardians of gridlock” in an high-profile appearance that drove speculation about another White House bid into overdrive.
Minnesota Congresswoman says she would run a stronger campaign than her bid for the 2012 Republican nomination.
Hillary Clinton’s “Hard Choices” sold 26,000 copies in its third week of publication, compare to 80,000 copies sold in first week.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is being accused of “Hispandering” to immigrant voters as part of his efforts to gather support for a potential 2016 presidential run.
Former Secretary of State says it’s “too soon to tell” whether democracy can take hold in Iraq.