Mitt romney’s record came under repeated attack during the Republican Presidential debate in South Carolina.
Speculation about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie entering the 2012 presidential race was at a fever pitch Monday. Unhappiness with the rest of the candidates has Republicans telling Christie it’s time to run.
Perry will meet with Hispanic leaders in Inwood, including 100 business leaders from the Inwood and Washington Heights sections.
A U.S. Senate seat is up for grabs in the Nutmeg State and things are starting to heat up.
The former three-term governor has been considering a run for months and has been trying to build support in the important primary states of Iowa and New Hampshire.
The Westchester County D.A. says Loronda Murphy and her partner Scott Forcino, ran a mortage closing company called Settle One Corporation that was really a home mortage fraud Ponzi scheme.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is a darling of the Republican party. Rumors, questions and talk of him running for president just keep coming up.
Republicans helped give the Democrat a near record winning margin in November. But Republican support dropped in favorability, job performance, leadership and whether Albany is changing.
There is a hint that former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani is testing the presidential waters for 2012.
Much like Felix and Oscar of “Odd Couple” fame, Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic state Senate President Stephen Sweeney are learning to live together and breaking some china in the process.
After months of flirting with running for office, Trump said Monday he won’t run for president, choosing to stick with hosting “The Celebrity Apprentice” over a bid for the Republican nomination.
Nineteen percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents said in a new survey that they are most likely to back Trump for the Republican presidential nomination.
Fallen ex-congressman Chris Lee is telling campaign donors that he intends to refund all of their money after resigning in the wake of controversy.
In an interview Wednesday, Christie said he has no plans to start a federal political action committee, or PAC.
New Jersey’s Republican governor and the Democratic state Senate president agree that public workers must pay more for their health benefits.