2016 presidential campaign
Hillary Rodham Clinton has a message for the country’s wealthiest Democrats: I need you, unfortunately.
Donald Trump faced an avalanche of fresh criticism Monday for questioning Sen. John McCain’s heroism. But he’s getting no pressure at all from the one community that could push a candidate out of the 2016 presidential race: political donors.
Marco Rubio has raised more than $12 million for his White House bid, his campaign said.
Supporters of former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley are launching a super PAC to raise money for his expected presidential campaign.
One day after raising $1.5 million in donations, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was out to convince supporters in the early voting state of New Hampshire on Saturday he could raise the $40 million to $50 million to run a competitive presidential primary campaign against Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton.
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a presidential campaign where candidates are jockeying to be champions of the middle class and asking wealthy people for money, the problems facing the poor are inching into the debate. Tensions […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans are more likely to have a favorable view of Hillary Rodham Clinton than any of her potential Republican rivals in 2016’s race for the presidency, even though few see the former […]
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s passionate speech Thursday appealing for expanded rights and opportunities for woman in the U.S. and around the world wasn’t supposed to be a campaign event. But it might as well have been.
MONTICELLO, Iowa (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton declared herself a “champion” for struggling families Tuesday, offering a full-throated embrace of economic and good-government policies promoted by liberal Democrats at the first formal event of her […]
Sen. Marco Rubio is telling his top donors that he is running for president because he feels “uniquely qualified” to pitch his Republican Party as one that will defend the American Dream.