Mitt Romney, the multi-millionaire former governor of Massachusetts, kicks off his second bid for the White House on Thursday as the front-runner of a wide-open Republican field. Romney will start his campaign in New Hampshire, the early-voting state where a … Continued
If the GOP does not make a concerted effort to woo Hispanic voters in 2012, the White House could be lost for decades. New Mexico governor Susana Martinez could help bridge that gap. The biggest political story over the past … Continued
A favorite of the tea party and fiscal conservatives, Texas Gov. Rick Perry may have the most compelling case for the GOP nomination, given that the economy and jobs will continue to be the most central issues leading up to … Continued
Key to making a successful run at the 2012 GOP presidential nomination for former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman will be to plausibly explain his time in the Obama administration. Potential 2012 GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman used an interview published … Continued
CivicForumPAC’s Ford O’Connell joins CNN’s Joe Johns, Mark Preston and Real Clear Politics’ Scott Conroy to discuss Sarah Palin’s appeal.
CivicForumPAC’s Ford O’Connell discusses Sarah Palin’s political future and her newly launched “One Nation” bus tour with CNN’s Joe Johns.
CivicForumPAC’s Ford O’Connell Appeared On Fox News’ America’s News HQ (5/28/11) along with Democratic strategist David Mercer to discuss the state of the 2012 GOP presidential field and Texas Governor Rick Perry’s potential 2012 presidential bid.
CivicForumPAC’s Ford O’Connell joins CNN’s Joe Johns to weigh in on Republican Sarah Palin’s next move.
Seen for months as an unlikely U.S. presidential contender in 2012 and overshadowed by the jockeying among other Republican candidates, Palin ignited a storm of speculation about her political plans this week with several new moves. The former Alaska governor … Continued
The party that captures Florida on the 2012 presidential ticket could get a huge boost from the winner of the Sunshine State’s U.S. Senate race. TheÂ Quinnipiac University survey, released Thursday, indicates that 51 percent of Florida voters approve of the … Continued