Mitt Romney is expected to announce his vice presidential running mate any day, and the certain GOP nominee's campaign is asking supporters to download "Mitt's VP" app, which has the primary purpose of sending a push notification with the name of Romney's choice to users before the official announcement to the press.
Marco Rubio not even being considered for VP? That would be political malpractice from the Romney campaign. But that's the word coming from high-placed campaign sources, according to ABC's Jonathan Karl.
How does Sen. Marco Rubio curry favor with Hispanic voters and at the same time burnish his tea party credentials?
As Romney thinks about his Vice Presidential running mate, will he turn to a Latino? CNN's Dana Bash reports.
Mariam "Mimi" Bell, a Latina Republican from Colorado, resents the implication that Hispanic voters are somehow negatively affected by the state's new voter identification law.
The Obama campaign says it will spend a million dollars on commercials for Latino votes. CNN's Paul Steinhauser reports.
Wanted: A political attack dog ready to tear into President Barack Obama. Must play by team rules, be able to withstand the pressure of a presidential campaign and pass a rigorous vetting process.
CNN's Candy Crowley reports on who's in and who's not as possible running mates for Mitt Romney.
Republicans have a Latino problem. Only about 6% of Latino voters agree that the GOP is the party most concerned for their interests. Nearly half choose the Democrats as the party most concerned for them.
Is Marco Rubio auditioning for vice president -- or secretary of State?
Sen. Marco Rubio takes an internationalist view in a foreign policy speech he makes for the direction of America.
Now that Mitt Romney has all but wrapped up the Republican nomination for president, the discussion has veered toward potential running mates. Who embodies the conservative credentials Romney is seen as lacking? Who can deliver a battleground state that will put Romney over the top? Who can generate the enthusiasm that will bring not only Republicans, but also independents, to the polls on Election Day?
CNN's Paul Steinhauser takes a look at some of Mitt Romney's prospective GOP running mates.
A day before President Obama is set to make a series of appearances on federal student loan rates, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said Monday that he supports extending lowered rates on a popular federal student loan program for low- and middle-income undergraduates.
Mitt Romney says his staff has started the process of choosing a running mate but won't say who is or isn't on the list.
Politicians played hot potato with the No. 2 spot on the Republican presidential ticket on Sunday, with the latest round of prominent Republicans closing the door at varying degrees to serving as presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney's vice president.
You may have heard that a group of Republicans in Congress -- including GOP rock star and possible vice presidential pick Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida -- are getting ready to introduce their version of the DREAM Act.You also may have heard that Democratic lawmakers and liberal advocacy groups despise the Republican alternative and derisively label it "DREAM Act Lite."
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney picked up two more big endorsements this week, but neither appears likely to have much impact on sealing the deal for the GOP front-runner.
Former president George H.W. Bush says it's time for the entire Republican Party to get behind Mitt Romney.
Sen. Marco Rubio says that while being multilingual is an advantage, the unifying language of the U.S. must be English.
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, should meditate on the Vulcan proverb quoted by Spock in "Star Trek VI": "Only Nixon could go to China."
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks to immigration lawyer Michael Wildes about a valedictorian fighting to stay in the U.S.
A Florida high school valedictorian and her sister, who were facing deportation, instead were meeting with with lawmakers Wednesday after being granted a reprieve.
Marco Rubio. Chris Christie. Mitch Daniels. Paul Ryan. Say those names, and Republican hearts beat faster.
Will he or won't he? And would it matter?
The four GOP contenders name several Hispanic leaders who could potentially serve in their administrations.
MPAA's Christopher Dodd defends SOPA's ability to eliminate internet piracy and save American jobs.
Some lawmakers are rethinking their support of controversial anti-piracy bills that led to some websites shutting down in protest.
Repeat after me, GOP: "Marco Rubio will not be our savior with Latinos in the 2012 election."
Marco Rubio is writing his life story. Now the only question is: Which life?
Five Republican presidential candidates are boycotting a proposed Univision debate because of what they say were unethical reporting practices by the Spanish-language network in how it handled a story concerning Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida.
When you refuse to acknowledge a group of people in all their nuances and complexities, or depict them as predictable and one-dimensional, or dictate for them a code of acceptable behavior, it is a blatant sign of disrespect.
Leaders say the dramatic growth in Latino voting power will be decisive in 2012's elections. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
A lot of politicians are weighing in with demands before they'll support raising the debt ceiling. Most of their conditions are related to debt, such as put in place a debt reduction plan or cut spending.
For Marco Rubio, it's the question that won't go away.
In conversations with Republican strategists and officeholders, the importance of the upcoming election is never understated: Historic, some say. A must-win for the GOP. An election of great consequence for the nation.
Georgia Republican Rep. Tom Price talks about Congressional budget negotiations with AM's Ali Velshi.
Top senators said Sunday that they believe Congress will reach a deal to avoid a government shutdown this week, but there was little consensus on two larger budget battles looming in coming months.
Florida's Senator-elect Marco Rubio says it would be a "mistake" to assume the U.S. is entering a Republican era.
We don't know who will be the Republican nominee for president next year. But we do know who stands a good chance of being the Republican nominee for vice president: Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.
Avlon: A victory for checks and balances
Timeline of Kendrick Meek, Marco Rubio and Charlie Crist reacting to allegations Pres. Clinton asked Meek to drop out.
So let me get this straight: Rep. Kendrick Meek was the first candidate to declare that he would run for the U.S. Senate in Florida, faced down a billionaire to win the Democratic nomination -- and with polls showing him third in a three-way race, it's now his fault that Republican Marco Rubio may win?
Watch as the three Florida Senate candidates debate changing your positions on the issues.
The three-way Florida Senate race seemed more of a two-sided contest Sunday as Republican front-runner Marco Rubio's opponents both targeted him in a debate on CNN's "State of the Union."
During the Florida senate debate on CNN's State of the Union, Florida Gov. Charlie Crist gets some heat for changing his political party.
Are candidates who choose to ignore questions from reporters making a wise political move?
It has been said over and over again: The 2010 midterm is the anti-incumbent, anti-Washington and by virtue of their position in power, the anti-Democratic election.
There was supposed to be a $50 million elephant in the room when Rick Scott addressed an audience of Florida Republican elites on Friday as the party's gubernatorial nominee.
Marco Rubio appears to be modifying his message as he seeks a Senate seat. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
For Marco Rubio, life was simpler when it was tea time all the time.
Republican Marco Rubio reacts to last night's election.
Former President Bill Clinton hits the campaign trail Monday with three rallies for Rep. Kendrick Meek as the latter makes a bid for Florida's Democratic Senate nomination.
The BP oil spill is defining the political landscape in the summer of 2010 as much as the rise of the Tea Party did in 2009. It is driving the national debate, and changing the way we think about both government and business.
A lot of attention this week was focused on female candidates finishing first in Senate and gubernatorial primaries in California, Arkansas, Nevada and South Carolina. Their successes were huge -- involving such feats as fighting back against salacious rumors of affairs and charges of buying an election, fending off a huge battle against big labor and riding the Tea Party Express to victory.
For much of this election season, I saw a lot to admire in Marco Rubio. I liked the independence and courage he showed in going against the Republican Party establishment by challenging Gov. Charlie Crist in the U.S. Senate race in Florida. And when Rubio was viciously and unfairly attacked by presumptuous white liberals for not being authentically Latino, I liked him even more.
Declaring that his only loyalty is to the people of his state, Florida Gov. Charlie Crist announced Thursday that he will run for the United States Senate as an independent rather than a Republican.
Florida Governor Charlie Crist has announced that he will run as an Independent in his bid for the U.S. Senate.
Florida Republican Gov. Charlie Crist wants independents to back his bid to become Florida's next senator. But he might not be exactly what they are looking for.
Freddy Balsera, CNN's Candy Crowley and Erick Erickson talk about the evolving Florida Senate Race with CNN's John King.
Marco Rubio, who's running for Senate in Florida, says he wants to change the way Washington works.
Having all but secured the Republican nomination for Florida's open Senate seat, Marco Rubio said his view of conservative principles is well within the mainstream of U.S. political ideology and downplayed the decision of his one-time rival, Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, to abandon the GOP primary.
Marco Rubio said Tuesday he would welcome Republican leaders to Florida to campaign on his behalf, but emphasized that he is not embracing the ways of Washington even though he is now the GOP establishment's favorite son.
CNN's Dan Lothian reports on the Obama administration's effort to show it's on top of the oil spill response.
Top federal officials said Sunday that the Gulf of Mexico oil spill is a potential catastrophe and defended the Obama administration's response so far.
Why do we bother with the notion that politicians today are great statesman or stateswomen who are willing to put their personal ambitions aside in pursuit of the greater good?
The governor of Florida, Charlie Crist, is announcing today that he will not run as a Republican for the open U.S. Senate race, but will seek that office as an independent.
CNN's Don Lemon speaks with two young conservatives who attended CPAC 2010.
I am pretty sure I met the next leader of the conservative movement during a three-day confab of activists that wrapped up Saturday here in the nation's capital. I definitely shook hands with a future congressman or maybe even a governor.
Political activists from across the country spent the first day of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference discussing policy, blasting the Obama administration and plotting a return to power in November.
Former vice president Dick Cheney tells CPAC attendees that he thinks President Obama will be a one-term president.
Fort Myers, Florida, is home to nearby beach resorts, exotic birds and the spring training facility for the Boston Red Sox.
Democrats and Republicans woke up this week with a fresh perspective on the midterm elections.
A panel traces the missteps of the Democrats in the months leading up to last night's upset loss of a Senate seat.
As primary battles go, this one's pretty ugly.
DNC Chairman Tim Kaine and RNC Chairman Michael Steele engage in a heated debate on jobs and health care reform.
The Republican fratricide in the November 3 special election in upstate New York may prove just an opening round of an even more spectacular bloodbath in Florida in 2010.
Right now, the political intelligentsia is consumed with the outcome of a congressional district in upstate New York.
Right now, the political intelligentsia is consumed with the outcome of a congressional district in upstate New York.
Score a big one for John Cornyn.
Florida Governor Charlie Crist announces his candidacy for senate.
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist announced Tuesday he would not run for re-election next year and instead will seek the seat being vacated by retiring GOP Sen. Mel Martinez.
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist will announce Tuesday he will forgo another bid for governor and instead run for the Senate, two Republican sources tell CNN.
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