New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will announce next week that he is running for president in 2016, CBS2 has confirmed.
According to a poll from the Suffolk University Political Research Center, 11 percent of GOP voters in New Hampshire support Trump, who finished second by just three points to the frontrunner, ex-Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump officially announced his candidacy for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
Christie’s best showing is in New Hampshire at 13 percent. Jeb Bush leads there at 18 percent.
Former New York State Gov. George Pataki said in an interview released Monday that he is “seriously considering” a presidential run.
Speaking in Mexico City Friday, former U.S. Secretary of State and New York U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton said she will likely make a decision on whether to run for president around the beginning of 2015.
Mayor Bill de Blasio promised the progressive spirit of New York would energize and captivate the party and the nation.
Long Island Congressman Peter King is considering running for president in 2016. King addressed his motivation and his would-be rivals in an interview.
The poll asked the public whether they would like to see some prospective contenders as well as other party leaders run for president in 2016.
Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York is urging his former Senate colleague, Hillary Rodham Clinton, to run for president. In fact, he’s already endorsing her.
In a wide-ranging interview on “CBS Sunday Morning,” New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie characterized himself as a “fighter,” who is “willing to mix it up to defend his or her point of view.”
In a revealing interview – her first since leaving the State Department – Hillary Rodham Clinton said she is indeed thinking about running for president in 2016.
U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) on Monday gave the overall progress on the Second Avenue Subway project a B plus.
It’s never too early to speculate about presidential politics.
Mounting questions are being asked about Benghazi, which could lead to the Oval Office. If it is found that President Barack Obama lied about not knowing that the attack was a terrorist attack the nation could very likely repeat the events of Nixon’s resignation.