During a meet and greet at Caesario’s Pizzeria on the main drag on Elm Street in Manchester, New Hampshire earlier this week, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was treated like a rock star, taking selfies and signing autographs. This is probably the reception Christie imagined when he started considering a presidential run, particularly after GOP... read more
It’s a formula as old as time: Tack to the base in the primaries, tack to the center in the general election. In New Hampshire, however, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush seems to be making good on his plan to succeed with a “lose the primary to win the general” strategy.
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For her second outing since officially declaring her presidential bid, Hillary Clinton will go from the state that derailed her first presidential campaign to the one that saved it -- at least for a while.
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie hasn’t officially jumped into the 2016 presidential race, but he signaled Wednesday he isn't afraid of jabbing a potential competitor, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
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LONDONDERRY, N.H. --After coming under fierce criticism earlier this year for saying parents should have a “measure of choice” in whether their children are vaccinated, potential presidential candidate, New Jersey Gov. Christie, at a town hall meeting here in this critical voting state said he cannot be someone who supports voluntary... read more
Hillary Clinton said Wednesday that she wants to build on "what works" in the president's health care law, suggesting that she may be open to allowing health insurance to be sold across state lines and saying that she would fight for lower prescription drug prices.Appearing at a roundtable at Capital City Fruit near Des Moines,... read more
A conservative political advocacy group told Florida voters in 2010 that Sen. Marco Rubio supported a national constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, apparently contradicting the presidential candidate’s statement Tuesday that he “never” supported the concept. Rubio opposes gay marriage, but told msnbc’s Kasie Hunt on Tuesday morning... read more
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Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Flo.) told donors Monday morning that he is running for president in 2016 and that he is "uniquely qualified" to be the GOP nominee, a campaign source in Miami confirmed to msnbc. Rubio is set to officially announce his campaign for president Monday at 6 p.m. in his hometown of Miami, adding his name to a growing... read more