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When it comes to budget issues and the Federal Reserve, Congressman Ron Paul has no peer among the Republican candidates. And should a fist fight ever break out during their debates, Dr. Paul undoubtedly has the skills to patch up the wounded.
His comments signaled that even though he finished fourth in a four-man field in the South Carolina primary, he has no intention of giving up. Paul said in an exclusive interview with CNN that his campaign will focus on states that assign their
Three Bureau County residents have filed the necessary documents to get their names on the March 20 primary election ballot as write-in candidates. On Thursday, Bureau County Clerk Kami Hieronymus said Thomas Ptasnik of Walnut has filed as a
Jan. 20, 2012 In the wake of Thursday’s action-packed developments in the race for the GOP presidential nomination, political pundits across the spectrum are asking what the day’s events mean for Republicans. We know now that
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S.C. (AP) — With independent groups known as super PACs playing a pivotal role in the presidential contest, the Republican hopefuls are increasingly calling one another to account for the ads run by groups backing their candidacies.
S.C. (AP) — Mitt Romney tried doggedly Wednesday to sidestep the political furor he had started a day earlier by revealing he pays federal taxes at a rate of about 15 percent, less than millions of middle-income American families. Newt Gingrich, his
S.C. (AP) — Republican presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney engaged in a harsh volley of attacks Wednesday, with Gingrich predicting an "unendingly dirty and dishonest" end to his rival's campaign and Romney mocking Gingrich's claim
A series of jarring noises that sound like slamming metal doors punctuate alternating images of President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. A male narrator intones darkly as he reads the script addressing Romney's record.
E-mail Putnam County Republicans met with a South Florida man Tuesday who hopes to win the Republican nomination and challenge Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson. During a meeting at Beef 'O' Brady's, former Florida House Majority Leader Adam Hasner