Former Massachusetts governor and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney formally endorsed incumbent Matt Mead in the Wyoming governor’s race on Tuesday, officials with the Mead campaign say.
“I’m honored to have Gov. Romney’s endorsement,” Mead, a Republican, said in a press release...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The pressure is on President Barack Obama to deliver a Goldilocks performance in the second debate:
Not too cool, as he was in his first, listless encounter with Mitt Romney. And not too hot, as some critics styled Vice President Joe Biden in his faceoff with Paul Ryan.
The Presidential race has been in full swing for a while, but it jumped into another gear on Wednesday night, as the first debate pitting the candidates head-to-head was held. President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney squared off face-to-face on numerous topics before a live audience in Denver, Colorado.
Mitt Romney’s might have all but secured him the Republican presidential nomination, but as they say in politics, there’s nothing you can’t accomplish with a little vodka, a couple of hookers and a bounce house.