A poll conducted by Quinnipiac University shows that Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker leads for the GOP presidential nomination with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush at a close second.
The likely Democratic Presidential candidate is under fire for conducting all work-related emails when she was Secretary of State from a private account.
Former Gov. Martin O’Malley will not run for the Senate in 2016, opening him up for a Democratic presidential nomination.
Oh, and how could we forget Donald Trump? He was there, too.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker received the majority of support from Republican caucus-goers according to a new poll
In an e-mail to his supporters, Ted Strickland announced his plan to run for Senate as the Democratic nominee in 2016
Miller represents a valuable asset for the Bush campaign, especially against the presumptive Democrat frontrunner in the 2016 elections, Hillary Clinton.
Bush was dubbed as “unelectable” by the group for an award he presented to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Sec. of State for Missouri, Jason Kander (D) announced Thursday to challenge U.S. junior state Senator Roy Blunt (R) for his seat available for 2016