The first edition of our GOP primary scorecard.
The candidate clinched his party's nomination Tuesday after scooping up 71 percent of the vote in the Texas Republican primary.
The Ron Paul campaign is dead, but his delegate and convention strategy lives on. Will the "Revolution" actually be televised in Tampa?
The governor's infamous debate gaffe topped Politico's list of "The 50 Craziest Quotes of the 2012 Campaign."
Rick Perry drew chuckles on purpose over the weekend with his speech at the Gridiron Dinner in Washington, D.C.
Ron Paul's campaign is bleeding money and reporters. Will he be able to slog through to August?
The newest Texas primary date, which will "probably" be held on May 29, affects more than congressional races.
If the congressman can pick up enough votes in Maine's Washington County, which delayed its vote due to inclement weather, he might end up winning the state.
Ron Paul as a Romney-appointed chairman of the Federal Reserve? Rand Paul as a running mate? Don't laugh. Politics has made stranger bedfellows.
The rapper's Facebook wall blows up after he posts a pro-Ron Paul, pro-marijuana photo.
The Washington Post spoke to former Paul staffers who say the congressman was heavily involved with the company that produced the articles, some of which contained racist passages.
A new poll finds that only forty percent of Texans approve of the governor's performance, and pundits continue examining the political effects of his failed campaign.
Other presidential hopefuls from Texas have gracefully exited the stage when their time was over.
A group of evangelicals endorse Rick Santorum, Rick Perry defends the corpse desecrating-Marines, and the governor (and his hair) seem visibly shaken in South Carolina.
Rick Perry (inadvertently?) revises his list of the three federal agencies he would kill as President.
Flags, footballs, and fighter jets all flicker across the screen in the governor's latest campaign ad.
The governor's "vulture capitalism" remark causes a major South Carolinian donor to close his checkbook.
Protest candidate and Tucson music legend Al "Dick" Perry has better name placement on the Arizona ballot than the Texas governor.
After Ron Paul sends a snarky tweet about Jon Huntsman's poor showing in Iowa, Huntsman takes a jab at Paul on Piers Morgan.
Rick Perry, clad in running gear, proves that running a presidential campaign is a marathon, not a sprint.
The history of Ron Paul's position on his offensive newsletters is beginning to emerge as the media latches on to the scandal.
An old scandal about Ron Paul's newsletters, which contain "racist, anti-gay and anti-Israel passages," has again reared its head as Paul surges in Iowa.
In Thursday’s GOP debate in Sioux City, Rick Perry scored one of the night’s most memorable lines when he compared himself to the often-underestimated Broncos quarterback.
Glen Maxey's new e-book, Head Figure Head: The Search for the Hidden Life of Rick Perry, is a collection of "he said, he said" accounts.
Ron Paul may be enjoying a campaign surge, but he’s going to have a hard time winning over the Republican base.
Ron Paul’s talons were out over the weekend, slamming the decision to let billionaire mogul Donald Trump moderate the Newsmax debate in Iowa.
The governor gets good grades for his performance in Saturday’s foreign policy debate despite questions about Israel policy, and the Dallas Morning News profiles the Perry marriage.
Perry ally throws in the white flag, we learn the origination of the phrase “turn in the barrel,” and the governor tweets about foreign policy.
New Hampshire speech goes viral, prompting mixed reactions ranging from speculation about drunkenness to "approachable and warm."
Erstwhile presidential candidate Rick Perry met with Rick Santorum in Austin, but the details of their discussion are unknown. Maybe Santorum hopes the state will switch to a winner-takes-all primary.
The Texas Republican congressman's campaign appears to report every expense—even a $0.22 purchase from FedEx—to the Federal Elections Commission.
The presidential candidate visited the Metroplex, attending church in McKinney and stumping at a "faux-rustic farm" in Plano.
Rick Perry raised only $2.9 million in the last quarter of 2011, new campaign finance documents reveal.
More Americans are worried about tax fairness and "moral breakdown" than illegal immigration, a new national poll finds.
NPR's John Burnett traveled to Colonia Juarez, Mexico, to explore a side of Romney’s biography that he doesn't stump about.
Hero Builder, a toy company based in Connecticut, created two action figures of the governor complete with "Oops" sound bite.
The governor is "not a factor," according to the American Research Group president.
The Washington Post tries to put a fresh spin on the old red vs. blue divide by studying the voting habits of people who live close to one of the two retail chains.
Never mind the pin-up calendar: Ron Paul’s new campaign video lands body blows on presidential primary opponent Newt Gingrich.
The governor may have taken a break from the campaign trail for Thanksgiving, but that didn’t stop the campaign press corps.
The governor's parents, Ray and Amelia Perry, give nearly unprecedented interview about their son and the state of America.
Bill Hader picks up the Perry mantle on "SNL," giving Weekend Update an exclusive interview about his "bizarre, animated" New Hampshire speech.
I’m not surprised. As I said last when the Daily Beast‘s Jill Lawrence wrote that Perry needed an economic plan, there is no chance, zip, zero, zilch, none, that Perry would come out with a detailed plan. It’s not what they do. Perry is going to stick to the Carney
$17.1 million raised in the third quarter fundraising period. This is a very impressive performance. It buys time and staying power through the next rounds of debates and into the early primaries. The accelerated primary schedule benefits candidates with the most money. (The original version of this post said $18.1
The Republican War Room poll (Sept. 30), from the Houston Chronicle: Romney 28.2% Cain 23.7% Gingrich 9.8% Perry 9.1% Perry has dropped 15 points in ten days. Florida is arguably the most important state in the country in Republican politics. Texas has more delegates, but Texas is not in
The sample covers 1,002 adults and covers the dates of September 19-October 2. Repondents were divided into “lean-Republican” voters and “registered voters.” From the Post’s story: After a quick rise in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, Texas Gov. Rick Perry has experienced an almost equally dramatic decline,
The next Republican debate, presented by the Washington Post and Bloomberg News, will be held on October 11 at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. Charlie Rose will be the moderator. Here is the official statement by the sponsors: The Washington Post-Bloomberg debate will focus on the issues voters say
This one from Zogby IBOPE, the latter initials refer to a Brazilian firm that has acquired the Zogby operation. This poll is described as “interactive” but what that means is not explained. The respondents are “all likely voters and likely Republican primary voters.” This gibberish is a good reason why
Many readers will be familiar with this poll since it has received a great deal of coverage. The poll was posted on September 29. The sample covers 925 registered voters, and there was a smaller subset of likely Republican voters. Romney 23% Perry 19% Cain 17% Gingrich 11% Bachmann 3%
The poll was conducted by American Research Group (ARG) Sample Size: 600 completed telephone interviews among a random sample of likely Republican caucus goers living in Iowa (517 Republicans and 83 no party (independent) voters). Sample Dates: September 22-27, 2011 Margin of Error: ± 4 percentage points, 95% of the