PPP Election 2016 Ohio Republican Presidential Primary Survey:
A survey of 357 Republican voters. The survey was conducted on August 16, 2013 - August 19, 2013. The margin of error is +/- 5.2%.
Quinnipiac Election 2016 Colorado Presidential Survey:
A survey of 1,184 voters. The survey was conducted on August 15, 2013 - August 21, 2013. The margin of error is +/- 2.9%.
Harper Polling Election 2014 Louisiana Senatorial Survey:
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz released his birth certificate today. The Senator was elected in 2012. He is considering a Presidential run in 2016. Many believe Ted Cruz is not eligible for the Presidency.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) released his birth certificate to the Dallas Morning News on Sunday, a move that will undercut critics who say he’s ineligible to run for president.
You may remember Scott Brown as the Republican who won Ted Kennedy's Senate seat in Massachusetts 2010 special election. He then went on to lose reelection in 2012 against Democrat Elizabeth Warren. Well now Scott Brown is considering a run for the highest office in the United States in 2016. Many also speculate that Brown is considering a run for the Governor's office in Massachusetts, or a Senate run in New Hampshire. Both of those offices are up for grabs in 2014.
Less than a year after losing his bid for reelection, former Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) is "curious" about pursuing a higher political office.
Chris Christie Supports Medical Marijuana For Children
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Friday asked for changes in a medical marijuana bill to to ease access to the drug for ill children.
Republican National Committee Votes Unanimously To Deny CNN And NBC Republican Presidential Primary Debate Partnership
The Republican National Committee formally decided Friday not to partner with CNN and NBC News for any presidential primary debates during the 2016 election cycle, a rebuke of the networks’ plans to air programs about Hillary Rodham Clinton.
The Republican National Committee, already threatening to block CNN and NBC from hosting 2016 primary debates if they air planned features on Hillary Clinton, is also looking to scrap the old model of having reporters and news personalities ask the questions at candidate forums.
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