Mitt Romney campaign needed $20 million loan to get through primary
Democrats target Republican's "shocking comment" * Republican sees comments as "one- or two-day story" By Thomas Ferraro WASHINGTON, Sept 18 (Reuters) – Two Republican U.S. Senate candidates in close races
(USA TODAY) — Mitt Romney's comments at a Florida fundraiser were online for months before Mother Jones and Jimmy Carter's grandson turned them into a front page news story. The first clips of the surreptitious recording taken at a Boca Raton
WASHINGTON -– Republicans could use a bit of advice from an unlikely source right now: Obama adviser David Plouffe, who in 2010 told Democrats worried about the mid-term elections, "No bed-wetting."
"Mitt Romney and I are not running to redistribute the wealth, Mitt Romney and I are running to help Americans create wealth," Ryan said during a rally at the Piedmont Precision Machine Company in Danville. "Efforts that promote hard work and personal
11:52 AM PT: Romney, cites a New York Times/NBC poll which he claimed showed him leading women by two points. "Women are open to supporting me," he says. Of course, there is no such thing as an NYT/NBC poll.