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Romney will make a direct appeal Thursday to Americans who voted for President Barack Obama four years agopressing them to consider whether they are as happy with him as as president as they were as a candidate four years ago. According to excerpts
Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is scheduled to accept the Republican nomination for president tonight as the Tampa convention wraps up. He's expected to lay out how he plans to jumpstart the economy -- one of the key issues of his campaign.
With Mitt Romney set to accept the Republican Party's nomination for President, Democratic Party and Labor leaders will discuss the importance of the Presidential race and the important choices facing voters in November. Every San Diegan has a stake
FoxNews.com Some of the biggest names in Republican politics have spent the last week warming up the crowd for Mitt Romney. Now it's up to the newly anointed nominee to make his own case. There remains between the two-time presidential candidate
The running joke all week among Florida Republicans at the party's national convention in Tampa has been the far-away nature of the delegation's quarters. But all jokes aside, some of the convention's biggest stars have made the 30-mile trek north to
Fla.Rep. Paul Ryan signaled Wednesday that rather than running from Democratic attacks on Republican plans to overhaul Medicare, his party will carry the attack to President Barack Obama. In accepting his party's nomination as Mitt Romney's running
Senator Scott Brown will watch his fellow Massachusetts Republican Mitt Romney accept their party's presidential nomination tonight while hoping to minimize any fallout to his own contentious reelection campaign back home. Brown was due to fly into
Paul Ryan stepped into the national spotlight on Wednesday not only as the Republicans' 2012 vice presidential nominee, but also as the vanguard of a new generation of GOP political leadership. His name will appear below or beside Mitt Romney's on
US Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) failed to secure the GOP's nomination for the presidency at this week's Republican National Convention, and his supporters made sure that others were aware that they were not taking the defeat sitting down. After being told
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will try to reassert American interests in the Asia-Pacific region in the face of China's growing influence as she kicks off a six-nation trip that will take her from the South Pacific to Russia's Far East.