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  • Joe Biden will visit Iowa next week

    Biden will headline an event Wednesday for the Nuns on the Bus "We the People, We the Voters" bus tour, a trip that is sure to stoke further speculation that he plans to run for president in 2016.

  • Chris Christie stumps for Rick Scott in Florida

    Scott will be joined by Christie in Panama City on Friday as part of Scott's "Let's Keep Working Tax Cuts Bus Tour," according to a Facebook event by Florida Rep. Jimmy Patronis.

  • FEC is not ready for Warren PAC

    A super PAC urging Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for presidency has to change its name, according to the Federal Election Commission.

  • Jindal stumps for Georgia governor

    On behalf of the Republican Governors Association, which has already invested $1.6 million in the race, Jindal joined Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal at a re-election event in Atlanta this week.

  • Boxer still undecided on fifth term

    "I'm not resigning, of course not," the California Democrat, who has held the seat since 1992, told reporters in San Francisco on Friday.

  • Now Hillary's allies are working to distance her from the battered Obama brand

    Team Hillary has made a concerted effort in recent months to move her away from the president's tarnished image, a sure sign that the former secretary of state is indeed eyeing a possible run in 2016.

  • Jeb Bush stumps in Michigan

    Former Republican Florida Gov. Jeb Bush will stump for the Republican governor of Michigan next month, fueling speculation that he may consider a run for the White House.

  • Top Democrat: 'Run, Mitt, run'

    Eager for a chance to defeat Mitt Romney again, a top Democrat with a wide social media network is building a campaign to woo the former Massachusetts governor into the 2016 race -- exactly as many Republicans want.

  • Deval Patrick subtly hints at 2016 run

    Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick argued that Hillary Clinton should face some competition in the Democratic presidential primary, fueling speculation that he may run.

  • John Kasich hints at White House run

    He told a gathering of College Republicans at the Ohio State University that he'd like to have a "clarion call" to make a run for the presidency.

  • Henry Kissinger praises Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state

    "I've known her for many years now, and I respect her intellect," said Kissinger, who served as secretary of state from 1973 to 1977.

  • Is Barbara Boxer retiring in 2016?

    The 14th longest-serving senator, Boxer has not officially made up her mind about seeking a fifth term two years from now, but several signs point toward retirement, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

  • Rick Perry preps on policy ahead of 2016

    The Republican governor has met with business leaders and policy experts over the past year including a former ambassador, the chairman of JPMorgan Chase, according to a review of his official calendar.

  • Jim Webb floated as long shot presidential candidate

    A Vietnam veteran, former Navy secretary and Virginia senator from 2007 to 2013, Webb said in May that he wouldn't rule out a run for the White House.

  • Reagan biographer Craig Shirley's newest could give GOP a roadmap to the White House

    Noted Ronald Reagan biographer Craig Shirley has a tentative deal with Random House to publish his fourth book on the Gipper, detailing his "wilderness" years from 1976 to 1980.



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