The Republican Party is serious about their push to draw support from minority voters. Coming off two back-to-back presidential losses, and the damage done by Mitt Romney’s White House bid, the Republican National Committee revealed yesterday, that they will shell out $10 million in an attempt to diversify the party.
Mitt Romney has been taking his time getting back into the public eye, making a big step today by addressing conservatives at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference, Friday. Romney addressed the CPAC crowd, thanking his supporters, and spoke on losing out for president.
Last year, Scott Prouty changed the tide of the presidential election, but no one even knew he was—until now. Prouty is the man who secretly recorded, then presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney segregating 47 percent of voters, whom he said would side with President Obama, regardless of his policies.
Mitt Romney hasn’t quite reached the level of acceptance when it comes to his failed presidential bid. Having sat down with Fox News for his first post-defeat interview since the November election over the weekend, Romney said that not winning the race for the country’s highest office “kills” him.
After months of silence, Mitt Romney will give his first television interview since losing the presidential election, last November. Romney chose to speak with Fox News Sunday about his failed campaign, and will give a critique on President Obama’s second term.
Herman Cain is no stranger to making comments that rile up his opposing side, in fact he’s become quite masterful at it. Today’s installment finds the one-time presidential hopeful calling those who voted for President Obama ignorant.
Tagg Romney, son of former presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney, is potentially gearing up to run for a Senate seat, the Boston Herald reports. Tagg made the decision after Scott Brown passed on the chance to grab the Massachusetts seat.
Washington D.C. didn’t end up being Mitt Romney’s base for the next four years, but the former presidential hopeful is still returning to the area. Romney will head back to the nation’s capital, Friday (Jan. 25) to attend a luncheon where he and wife, Ann, will be honored.
Mitt Romney was able to accept defeat in the 2012 presidential election, but he doesn’t need it rubbed in his face. As many around the world tuned in for President Obama’s inauguration this afternoon, Romney wasn’t so interested in taking a look.
As President Obama goes into his second term, the White House has posted a visual timeline of his previous year in office. Starting with New Year’s Day 2012, the images show fun times, such as the president vacationing in Hawaii, to somber moments, like hearing of the shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary school.
Mitt Romney’s failed presidential bid may be embarrassing to some, but the former Republican hopeful could care less, because he never really wanted to be president, this according to his son. Tagg Romney gave an interesting interview in which he basically exposed his father’s true intentions, and as it turns out they had nothing to do […]
More than a month after President Obama was named the winner of the 2012 election, members of the Republican Party seek to look deeper into the matter. The Republican National Committee announced plans Monday (Dec. 10) to launch an inquiry into what aided in the public shift away from the GOP.
If you haven’t heard by now, Manny Pacquiao got his a** handed to him at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas Saturday (Dec. 8). The bout between the 33-year-old and opponent Juan Manuel Marquez came to an abrupt end when Pacquiao was knocked out in round sixth.
Mitt Romney may be a multimillionaire but that doesn’t mean he can’t enjoy a good bargain. Romney was seen with his wife, Ann, stocking up on just about everything during a trip to Costco in La Jolla, Calif. this week.
Mitt Romney can’t win for losing. The two-time failed presidential hopeful, has been voted by GQ magazine as one the “Least Influential” people of 2012. Romney joins a list comprised of “a collection of people so uninspiring that we should round them up and stick the on an iceberg.”
The Indiana man who foolishly tattooed Mitt Romney’s campaign logo on his face has had a change of heart. Eric Hartsburg initially pretended to be at peace with his decision to sell space on his face via eBay which led to the tattoo, but is feeling much differently about the whole thing.