Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has picked Congressman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin as his vice presidential running mate.
The Democratic National Committee will hold a Platform Committee meeting next month in Detroit, a major stop on the road to party’s convention in September.
On Saturday, July 7, the Republican National Committee — in conjunction with Romney for President and the Michigan Republican Party — will host four Super Saturday events at Victory offices in Ann Arbor, Livonia, Utica and Bloomfield Hills.
Four months away from election day and Michigan is looking like a “dead heat” in the race for President.
GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is hoping to put Michigan in his corner this fall with Tuesday’s bus tour across our state.
Michigan Democrats are expected to nominate Barack Obama for a second term next weekend, free of the drama of national party threats, candidate withdrawals and talk of a “do-over” that accompanied the 2008 presidential primary.
Detroit-born rocker Ted Nugent’s remarks about President Obama at a recent NRA convention have reportedly come to the attention of the Secret Service.
Bowing to the inevitable, Rick Santorum has suspended his presidential campaign. So, what does this mean for Mitt Romney?
Political insiders are saying that Romney really needs to win Michigan decisively in order to move forward with any sort of momentum.
Speaking live on WWJ Newsradio 950, Republican presidential contender and Detroit native Mitt Romney said he knows his hometown is hurting — and thinks the next president needs to be able to create jobs.
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