While recent polls have shown Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker performing well in potential Republican primaries, the results of a new Marquette Law School survey suggest that his presidential ambitions may be weighing on his approval rating in his home state.
After launching an exploratory committee just last week, former Senator and Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee appeared to jump into the race for president in remarks on Thursday.
Highlighting his relative youth compared to other more well-known candidates, Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., officially launched his campaign for president on Monday. In an event at the Freedom Tower in downtown Miami, Rubio argued that a new generation of leaders is needed in the 21st century.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton formally entered the 2016 race for the White House on Sunday in a bid to become the first woman U.S. president. In a video on her website, Clinton said, "I am running for president... Everyday Americans need a champion. I want to be that champion."
Hillary Clinton will officially kick off her highly anticipated 2016 presidential campaign as early as Sunday, according to multiple media reports. Citing a source familiar with the campaign, Britain's The Guardian newspaper said Clinton will make the announcement on Twitter at noon ET on Sunday while en route to Iowa.
Congresswoman Lois Capps, D-Calif., announced Wednesday she will not run for re-election in 2016 after representing California's 24th district for nearly twenty years.
Just two days after officially launching his campaign, Sen. Rand Paul's, R-Ken., presidential ambitions have received a boost from a Quinnipiac University poll showing the Kentucky Senator running well against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton in three key swing states.