Tag: Republican Party
Virginia Republicans might be misreading public sentiment on Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s push to restore the voting rights of ex-felons.
The key to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign — the feature that explains nearly everything else about that toxic dump — is his aggrieved-nation shtick.
Last week I had the opportunity to speak to the Appomattox County Republicans. One of my opponents’ representatives used his platform to take a personal swipe at my age.
The Donald Trump phenomenon is indeed the creature of the Republican establishment, but there’s more to it than that.
Hillary Clinton won going away in Virginia’s Democratic Party presidential primary, and Donald Trump walked away with a narrow win over Marco Rubio on the Republican side on Super Tuesday.
Vermin Supreme won’t have Jim Gilmore to kick around anymore. The former Virginia governor announced on Friday that he is suspending his bid for the Republican Party presidential nomination.
No one should need National Review‘s advice to steer clear of Donald Trump. For one thing, the messenger is a curious one indeed.
The Fifth District Republican Committee voted 19-16 on Saturday in favor of a convention method to nominate the Republican congressional candidate.
The ACLU argued that the State Board of Elections should not grant a Republican request to withdraw a requirement that primary voters affirm their party ID.
Former Republican statewide office candidate E.W. Jackson is heading to Iowa to campaign for Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz.
With Iowa ready to head to the polls on Monday, Donald Trump has a clear lead among Republican voters in the all-important first balloting of the 2016 election season.
It is a time for choosing. A time for choosing the best person to motivate and inspire America in the upcoming Republican primaries and pivotal presidential election.
Today in an interview on the Fox Business Network, former Virginia Governor and Senator George Allen announced he is endorsing Marco Rubio for president.
A mock political convention that has correctly predicted the actual nominee in 19 of 25 presidential elections since 1908 convenes Feb. 11-13 at Washington and Lee University.
The Donald Trump presidential campaign blocked people with tickets to a free rally in Vermont on Thursday who wouldn’t pledge their support for the billionaire.
The Trump Virginia campaign chairman signaled Wednesday that legal action is possible if the party doesn’t reverse course on a required primary voter oath.
Those who wish to vote in the Virginia Republican Party presidential primary will have to sign a pledge that they are a member of the GOP.
It’s a sign of the times in the America that Donald Trump is making great hate again. Forty-one percent of Trump backers favor bombing Agrabah.
The demagogic exaggeration of the “terrorist threat,” which was the centerpiece of the last Republican debates, is easily deflated with just a moment’s thought.
Going head on at a question about the fallout from the Iraq war would seem to be as fun for a Republican on a live TV debate as a root canal.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is banking his campaign on selling himself as the national security guy.
Few are paying serious attention to Sen. Rand Paul, based on the polls, but he can be compelling when you get to hear him.
To former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, the biggest obstacle to defeating ISIS is getting “the lawyers off the backs of the war fighters.”
Not surprisingly, you didn’t find at Tuesday’s CNN Republican debate a lot of support for accepting refugees from the deadly four-year civil war in Syria.
How about that odd exchange between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz toward the end of last night’s CNN Republican debate?
Donald Trump and Ben Carson were up in arms over a report last week that had Republican leaders thinking aloud about how to deal with a brokered convention.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham leads our live coverage of the Dec. 15 CNN Republican Debate.