Hillary Clinton's Ukraine — and 2016 — problem
It is to Clinton's advantage that voters generally don't determine national elections based strictly on foreign policy issues — the economy is likelier to play a deciding role in 2016 than what is happening in Ukraine. What's more, there's dwindling ...
International Business Times
Rand Paul looking to hedge bet in 2016 election
Opening a door to hedge his political bets, Sen. Rand Paul has asked the leader of the Kentucky Senate for legislation to ensure that Mr. Paul can run both for the White House and for re-election to the U.S. Senate in 2016, The Washington Times has ...
Rand Paul's Backup Plan For The 2016 Race
Bill Would Let Paul Run for 2 Offices at Same Time
Obama to Democrats: Focus on 2014, not 2016
President Obama is telling Democrats to de-emphasize the 2016 presidential election — for now — and focus on the congressional elections coming up in November. Referring back to big Republican wins in 2010, Obama told Democrats in Boston on ...
Governor Patrick says “maybe” to presidential run after 2016 election
Governor Deval Patrick cracked the door on Sunday to a potential White House run after the 2016 election, using a governors' conference in Washington DC to stir national buzz. Asked in an interview with Politico whether he could see himself running for ...
Mass. Gov. Patrick says 'maybe' to presidential run after 2016 election
Guardian Liberty Voice
Rand Paul says to decide on 2016 White House run after midterm elections
Paul, who is up for re-election in 2016, has asked for a clarification of Kentucky state law to determine if he can run for Senate and president simultaneously. If Paul runs for president, he would join a Republican field that also could include Cruz ...
CPAC Summary Highlights 2016 Presidential Candidates
Rand Paul wins big in CPAC presidential poll. Can he take it to 2016?
CPAC Update: Conservatives coalesce leading to mid-term and 2016 election
Long Island Business News
Jeb Bush, Rand Paul top GOP's 2016 presidential wish list: Poll
While the 2016 presidential election may be two years away, some prospective contenders have been getting a bit of media attention. The latest CBS News/New York Times Poll asked the public whether they would like to see some of these figures, as well ...
Poll: Bush, Paul Top GOP's 2016 Presidential Wish List
New York Times
Potential 2016 GOP presidential candidates test drive messages at CPAC
On Saturday, CPAC will hold a straw poll that includes 26 names for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination – highlighting just how deep the potential pool for the 2016 race has become in a party that's been struggling to redefine itself in the past two ...
Poll finds Republicans resistant to Chris Christie presidential candidacy
A Humbled Christie Strikes Low-Key Tone at Conservative Confab
2016 Presidential Hate Index
Ahead of 2016 election, San Diego's new mayor sidesteps party ties
Los Angeles Times
But in November 2016, when both the San Diego mayor's race and the presidency will be on the ballot, a turnout approaching 70% is expected — the kind of participation that propelled liberal Democrat Filner into office in 2012. The city's shifting ...
Rand Paul vs. Hillary Clinton? The 2016 Presidential Election Is Likely To Be ...
The next presidential election is not going to be “Rutherford B. Hayes vs. Samuel Tilden.” It bodes to be transformational. The playing field, meaning the world, has changed. It has changed in fundamental ways. These are ways behind which our political ...
The 2016 presidential prospects - so far
Zamora: Binay, Roxas still leading contenders for 2016 election
MANILA, Philippines—House Minority leader Ronaldo Zamora said Friday Vice President Jejomar Binay and Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas were still the top prospects for the presidential race in 2016 and all the rest were just pretenders.
Binay party: Same personality, new brand
Op-Ed: Why Manny Pacquiao needs senate seat in 2016