With 2016 fast approaching, CBS Local takes a look at the potential Republican and Democratic presidential candidates looking to make a run for the White House. POTENTIAL REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES MITT ROMNEY Can the third time […]
Sen. Marco Rubio says he can win the next presidential election. The Florida Republican is dismissing concerns his chances are threatened by potential rival and his political mentor — former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
Vermont independent Sen. Bernie Sanders says he’ll decide by March whether to launch a 2016 presidential campaign and, if so, whether he’ll seek the Democratic nomination. Either way, Sanders says he wouldn’t run just to nudge the debate to the left.
As he drops new hints about his 2016 intentions, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is appearing in South Carolina just weeks before a self-imposed deadline to decide whether he will run for president.
Former President George W. Bush believes his brother Jeb Bush would beat his “sister-in-law” Hillary Clinton if they both ran for president.
A nexus of Democratic groups is preparing for Hillary Rodham Clinton’s widely anticipated presidential campaign.
Senate Republicans, riding high after capturing the majority, said Wednesday that a top priority in 2016 will be defeating Democratic leader Harry Reid.
The 2016 presidential race was about the new Republican-controlled Congress even before the polls closed Tuesday night.
Hillary Rodham Clinton was born in Illinois, learned the nitty-gritty of politics in Arkansas and represented New York in the U.S. Senate. But her daylong visit here served notice that, should she run for president, she intends to make New Hampshire her political home turf.
George P. Bush, the son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, believes his father will “more than likely” run for president in 2016.