Tag: Jim Webb
Remember ol’ Jim Webb, Jim Gilmore, Eric Cantor, Ken Cuccinelli? Of course you do; you once voted them into public office.
Former U.S. Sen. Jim Webb couldn’t make headway in his brief bid for the Democratic Party presidential nomination.
Jim Webb barely made a ripple in the presidential waters during his brief run for the Democratic Party nomination.
Jim Webb dropped out of the Democratic Party presidential race this week, and said he is considering a run for president as an independent. Don’t count on that happening.
Former Virginia U.S. Sen. Jim Webb is officially out of the Democratic Party presidential race, still leaving open the possibility that he would make what would be a difficult run for president as an independent candidate.
Former Virginia U.S. Sen. Jim Webb is reportedly considering a run for president as an independent. The Webb campaign said in a statement that Webb will hold a news conference on Tuesday at the National Press Club in Washington.
Jim Webb had to fight for the right to talk during Tuesday’s CNN Democratic Party presidential debate, and in doing so has been pilloried in the media for supposedly wasting his time to point out that he was getting shafted.
Jim Webb has a lot to offer. It won’t be as a long-shot presidential candidate.
The Obama administration has signaled a willingness to have the United States take in more refugees from the crisis in Syria. Democratic Party presidential hopeful Jim Webb is throwing up the caution sign.
An MSNBC piece published Wednesday raised questions about the commitment of former Virginia U.S. Sen. Jim Webb to the 2016 Democratic Party presidential race.
Public Policy Polling has former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton comfortably atop the Democratic Party presidential field in Iowa.
Democratic Party presidential hopeful Jim Webb has some pointed advice for President Obama with China President Xi Jinping beginning a U.S. visit that will include a presidential summit later this week.
With all the talk about Hillary Clinton being vulnerable in Iowa and New Hampshire, the former Secretary of State is still well ahead of the Democratic Party presidential field.
Former Virginia U.S. Sen. Jim Webb is trailing well behind in the polls in his bid for the Democratic Party presidential nomination. He’s also trailing in the money race, and as much as he hates the money part of politics, well, that’s the way the game is played.
Former Virginia U.S. Sen. Jim Webb isn’t in Minneapolis today to take the stage at the Democratic National Committee Summer Meeting, and it’s not because he’s busy helping his daughter move into college.
Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders has surged to a seven-point lead over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a poll of New Hampshire voters released on Tuesday by Public Policy Polling.
Jim Webb, in 1979, wrote a magazine piece titled “Women Can’t Fight” addressing the role of women in combat. Now running for the Democratic Party presidential nomination, Webb would like you to know that he didn’t write the headline.
Jim Webb was a solid U.S. senator who didn’t exactly embrace what it took in terms of money to get elected. Now a presidential candidate, Webb is decrying the role that money plays in the race for the White House.
Former Virginia U.S. Sen. Jim Webb hasn’t seen his presidential campaign catch fire yet, to say the least. He was asked in an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union” about two campaigns that have caught fire: Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders.
Former Virginia U.S. Sen. Jim Webb joined the chorus of political leaders criticizing the Obama administration agreement with Iran.
Former Virginia U.S. Sen. Jim Webb said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union” that he met last month with Vice President Joe Biden, but stopped short of discussing the substance of the conversation, including whether Biden indicated whether or not he might be running for president in 2016.
The Chris Graham Show reports on the busy week at the Rockingham County Fair – with concerts featuring Lady Antebellum, Alabama and Lynyrd Skynyrd – then dives into Virginia politics with segments on the bribery case involving former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, former First Lady Maureen McDonnell, and presidential contenders Jim Gilmore and Jim Webb.
The 2016 general election campaign is likely to cost the two major-party nominees upwards of a billion dollars each. Jim Webb is among those who thinks this isn’t a good sign for American democracy.
Virginia has gone Democratic in the past two presidential elections. It’s looking right now like Virginia Democrats are overwhelmingly going Hillary Clinton.
Jim Webb is taking a different route to rolling out his presidential campaign. With so many candidates jumping into the race via the campaign rally with dozens of supporters waving flags and placards, and earning wall-to-wall TV coverage for the trouble of getting all that together, Webb took the road less-traveled.