2016 presidential election
As the holiday weekend began on Friday, the State Department released the first batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails, and among other things they show she received sensitive information about Benghazi on her unsecure home server.
Clinton’s appearance before the press was her first in 28 days, and it came after a drum roll of criticism from opponents.
A Monmouth University Poll found that in a hypothetical matchup, Christie trails Hillary Rodham Clinton 53 percent to 30 percent among New Jersey voters.
Questions about the Clinton Foundation’s fundraising tactics are hitting the presidential candidate just as she’s trying to get her campaign off the ground
Mary Pat Christie has been the family’s main breadwinner and reported earning more than $500,000 in the couple’s 2013 tax filings.
Clinton’s State Department was one of the many government agencies that approved the deal because uranium production is a national security asset.
The former first lady, New York senator and secretary of state launched her campaign Sunday with her campaign manager John Podesta emailing supporters and others.
The Kentucky senator entered the campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination Tuesday with a declaration that he’s running for the White House to “return our country to the principles of liberty and limited government.”
New Hampshire is seen as an especially important state for Christie. Voters there tend to be more receptive to moderate candidates than other early states.
Forty-two percent of respondents said they would not consider voting for the New Jersey governor — more than any other listed potential candidate in either party.
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.”