GOP presidential nomination
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says he expects to endorse Mitt Romney.
Newt Gingrich’s daughter says the former House speaker will “reassess” his campaign after the votes are tallied in Delaware, potentially setting the stage for his exit from the Republican presidential race.
Sen. John McCain says Rick Santorum should recognize “it’s time for a graceful exit” from the Republican presidential campaign in the wake of Mitt Romney’s sweep of primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and the District of Columbia.
The House Budget Committee chairman, Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, is expected to endorse Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney.
Rick Santorum complains that GOP presidential rival Mitt Romney and his allies are outspending him. He laments that he doesn’t have as beefy an organization as Romney. He insists Romney is trying to change the rules of the campaign in the middle of it, and is running unfair ads.
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is drastically reorganizing his money- and delegate-deprived campaign, scaling back a traditional operation to focus on low-cost social media and an effort to cajole delegates to back him over front-runner Mitt Romney.
Rick Santorum, showing signs of fatigue and frustration while grasping for strategies to right his unsteady White House bid, is trying to derail Republican front-runner Mitt Romney using any means available — even contradictory messages.
In dire need of money, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is now charging $50 if someone wants to have his picture taken with him at a campaign event, CBS News reports.
A review by The Associated Press of campaign records and other documents reveals hints about the vast national network of business leaders bringing in millions to elect Romney.
After previously refusing to endorse any GOP candidates in the race to the White House, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush will throw his support behind Romney.