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Christie to hold fundraiser for Romney Chris Christie, who's said he'll go all out as a member of Team Mitt Romney, is hosting a fundraiser for the former Massachusetts governor on Dec. 12, the AP reports. The event's host committee is asking each person on that roster to rustle up 10 people to ... 04/29/2016 - 7:35 pm | View Link
Ann Romney to hold fundraiser at George W. Bush’s home in Dallas But Ford added that Bush and the former first lady are “happy to host Mrs. Romney at their home.” Original post: Ann Romney — wife of the GOP presidential nominee, Mitt — is slated to hold a fundraiser next week at former President George W. 09/13/2012 - 10:44 pm | View Link
Romney to hold private fundraiser in Toledo Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will hold a fundraiser in downtown Toledo on Wednesday. Costs to get in range from $10,000 to $50,000, according to GOP sources. Romney’s event, to be held at the historic Toledo Club around noon ... 07/13/2012 - 10:01 pm | View Link
Romney to hold fundraiser in Jerusalem… The Jerusalem Post says that Romney is going to have a fundraiser in Israel: Presumed Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will host a fundraising event in Jerusalem at $60,000 or more per plate on July 29, The Jerusalem Post learned on Wednesday. 07/11/2012 - 4:53 am | View Link
Report: Romney to hold fundraiser in Israel Mitt Romney is reportedly planning a fundraiser in Jerusalem during his visit to Israel later this month. The Jerusalem Post reports that donors will be charged "$60,000 or more per plate" at the event. Romney is jointly raising money with the Republican ... 07/10/2012 - 5:55 pm | View Link
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Ohio Gov. John Kasich dropped out of the presidential race on Wednesday, making Donald Trump the undisputed presumptive Republican nominee.
Here is a transcript of the speech he gave at a press conference in Columbus, Ohio.
KASICH: Thank you.
Well, thank you all for coming. Well, of course, the first thing I have to do is to thank my great wife, Karen, for the fact that she has has —
I mean, she has endured my political career and also of course accentuated it.
Former Presidents George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush do not plan to endorse anyone in the the 2016 presidential race.
The father and brother of Jeb Bush, who dropped out of the Republican primary race in February, said they won’t participate in the election process and won’t endorse presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, the Texas Tribune reported on Wednesday.
“At age 91, President Bush is retired from politics,” Jim McGrath, the 41st president’s spokesman, said in an email Wednesday, the Tribune reported.
If you thought last year’s historic Supreme Court decision extending the freedom to marry to all same-sex couples would close the chapter on our nation’s dialogue about equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans – boy, were you wrong. Not just because in 33 states there are still no comprehensive nondiscrimination protections in place; but because Republicans across the country seem to be defying common sense (to say nothing of public opinion) by pushing laws that plainly single out LGBT people for unequal treatment under our laws.
North Carolina is this year’s Indiana, and every day there are new headlines about jobs and investments the state just won’t get because of Governor Pat McCrory’s baffling commitment to HB 2.
President Barack Obama visited Flint, Mich. for the first time in the wake of the city’s water contamination crisis to deliver a message to the people of the poor, largely minority community: he’s got their back.
“I see you and I hear you, and I want to hear directly from you about how this public health crisis has disrupted your lives,” President Obama said during his speech at Northwestern High School.
The news on Tuesday that the Rolling Stones have asked Donald Trump not to keep using their music at campaign events will come as no surprise to anyone who has followed the recent history politics and entertainment intersecting.
Not only is this not the first time Trump has used the music of the Rolling Stones without permission from the artists, it’s also just one of many examples of an artist complaining about their music’s use for by a political candidate.
You may have missed The New York Times story Monday on the $48 million federal grant to resettle climate refugees from the Isle de Jean Charles in Louisiana. It’s a story pointing to what is just the beginning of what is certain to be an accelerated trend worldwide: Millions moving away from the rising seas, oppressive heatwaves, and drought that human-caused global warming is inflicting on the planet.