2016 presidential election
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is losing some ground in the polls, but the numbers still look good for a potential 2016 presidential run despite the recent controversy over her emails.
After a three-week flirtation with another run for president, Mitt Romney said definitively on Friday that he will not seek the White House in 2016.
The former New York governor is reportedly considering running for president in 2016, though a former aide said Tuesday that talk of a campaign is premature.
Gov. Chris Christie said he hasn’t decided on the 2016 presidential election, but a new poll says most New Jersey voters expect him to go for it.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie admitted Wednesday he’s thinking about running for president and said that by the time 2016 arrives the controversy over last year’s George Washington Bridge lane closures “will be a footnote.”
Governor Rick Perry is in New York to lure corporations to the “Lone Star State,” and decided to invite Gov. Andrew Cuomo to defend what he calls our unfriendly business climate.
Less than a year from now, voters head to the polls for the 2014 midterm elections.
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Vice President Joe Biden were chummy at an appearance together Wednesday in Manhattan.
The New York Magazine article is titled “Hillary in Midair,” but it’s her top aide, Huma Abedin, who’s left hanging. The article includes a devastating quote from an unnamed “close associate.”
Long Island Congressman Peter King told CBS 2 and 1010 WINS on Thursday he’s considering a run for the White House.
Governor Chris Christie’s handling of Hurricane Sandy has done little to water down interest in him as a candidate for president in 2016. It’s not that he wasn’t already on the short list, but Mitt Romney’s loss appears to be Christie’s gain.