Virginia Republicans will pick 16 delegates this weekend to send to the national convention, delegates that could help decide the Republican presidential nominee if there’s contested convention.
Democrats accused Republicans on Tuesday of taking their cues from Donald Trump after the Senate’s No. 2 Republican said President Barack Obama’s nominee to the Supreme Court should expect to be treated like a “piñata.”
Republicans will vote Tuesday in the Idaho, Michigan and Mississippi primaries and the Hawaii Republican caucuses. Democrats in Michigan and Mississippi are also holding their primaries. Here’s what to look for as voters in cast their ballots.
Republicans are heading into their only debate in the campaign for the 11-state voting extravaganza of Super Tuesday and the only one of the season steered to a Spanish-speaking as well as English-speaking audience. Here are some things to watch Thursday night.
Up-to-the-minute results from the 2016 South Carolina presidential primary (Republicans only).
“There are plenty of judges (who) are on high courts already who have had unanimous support of the Republicans,” Vice President Joe Biden said.
The GOP presidential candidate unloaded on the Virginia Republican Party over their plans to require 2016 primary voters to sign a statement confirming Republican party affiliation at the ballot box.
The latest showdown over expanding Medicaid in Virginia to cover about 400,000 more people could come down to private meetings between Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Republican finance leaders in the General Assembly.
SEVERNA PARK, Md. (AP) — Maryland Republicans are holding an event to bring the party together after this week’s primary. The party is holding a unity event Thursday night in Severna Park. The gathering comes…
After drawing national attention with his
13-hour filibuster on the
government\’s use of drones, Sen. Rand Paul has
emerged as a potential new leader
of the Republican Party. But he doesn\’t
necessarily see himself in that position.
It\’s time for the Republican party to modernize
or face the threat of extinction, says former
Republican National Committee chairman Michael
Virginia\’s General Assembly already faces a big hurdle when they meet on Jan. 11.
There is more fallout over a loyalty pledge Virginia Republicans are asking primary voters to sign when they vote on March 6.