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As campaign comes to close, Romney argues he has the momentum

Jamie Weinstein and Alex Pappas
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife Ann Romney take the stage at a Virginia campaign rally, Nov. 5, 2012, at The Patriot Center, George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. Charles Dharapak/AP Photo.

FAIRFAX, VA. – Just 20 miles away from the White House on Monday afternoon, Ann Romney knew how to rile up the crowd of northern Virginians at one of the last rallies of the presidential campaign.

GOP senators dish on vice presidential prospects — including their own

12:23 AM 04/25/2012

The normally loquacious Senate Republican caucus is being uncharacteristically mum about whom they think presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney should pick to play Robin to his Batman.

Gingrich’s Secret Service detail likely costing taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars a day

12:35 AM 04/19/2012

Even though by his own estimation he has very little prospect of winning the Republican nomination, Newt Gingrich is still likely costing the taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars a day with his Secret Service detail on the campaign trail.

10 things about Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson

11:24 PM 04/05/2012

Libertarian presidential contender Gary Johnson says he's in the race to win it.

Facing unease from conservatives, Herman Cain to get specific on foreign policy

11:57 PM 10/24/2011

Almost every day, Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is handed a one-page briefing from his chief foreign policy adviser on news from around the world.

GOP operatives say path to nomination exists for Herman Cain

12:31 AM 10/05/2011

Though Herman Cain's success is regularly dismissed as a passing fad, Republican campaign strategists tell The Daily Caller that a narrow but navigable path to the GOP nomination actually exists for the former Godfather's Pizza CEO.

Is Rubio’s post-election Israel trip an indication of higher political ambitions?

3:33 AM 11/18/2010

After Marco Rubio’s win in the Florida Senate race, he and his wife bolted to Israel.