Mitt Romney wants to be elected President in 2012. The former Governor of Massachuetts is challenging Barack Obama for that lofty...
Mitt Romney: OUT of 2016 Presidential Race!
Three weeks after unexpectedly saying he was considering a third run for president, Mitt Romney updated supporters Friday to say the opposite.
The Republican Party's 2012 nominee, who also sought the nomination in 2008, said just moments ago that he would not seek the GOP nod in 2016.
Mitt Romney on 47 Percent Comment: Taken Out of Context!
His infamous "47 percent" remark was taken out of context, former presidential candidate Mitt Romney tells The Washington Post in a new interview.
The oft-cited quote was widely interpreted as the 2012 GOP nominee stating that 47 percent of Americans can't be persuaded to take personal responsibility.
Adam Savader, Ryan-Romney Intern, Arrested For Sextortion Against Women
Adam Savader, a 21-year old former intern for Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney during the 2012 Presidential campaign, was arrested at his home in Long Island Tuesday.
Authorities tell The New York Daily News that Savader is suspected of cyber-stalking a blackmailing various women over the Internet.
Romney "47 Percent" Video Recorder Comes Forward, Credits Bill Clinton
The man who recorded Mitt Romney's now-infamous "47 percent" comments at a fundraiser in Florida will reveal himself Wednesday night on MSNBC.
In a preview of his interview, the bartender credits former President Bill Clinton for his decision to bring a camera to work that fateful day. Say what now?
Ann Romney Blames Media for Husband's Presidential Loss
In his first extensive interview since losing the Presidential election to Barack Obama, Mitt Romney told Chris Matthews this morning that he only has himself to blame for not taking the White House.
“I lost my election because of my campaign," Romney said on Fox News Sunday. "Not because of what anyone else did."
Romney Final Vote Total: 47 Percent!
Mitt Romney's final vote total in the 2012 presidential election has been tallied, and the Republican challenger received - wait for it - 47 percent of the vote.
Yes, it took this entire time to finalize it (you just didn't hear about it because it wasn't close), and Romney came in almost exactly at the 47 percent figure.