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Wide-eyed and salivating, hundreds of journalists dream of being the chosen one who breaks the news of Mitt Romney's choice for a running mate, even before word goes out on his campaign's fancy new "Who will be Mitt's VP?" phone app.
Will Mitt Romney nominate Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal for the vice presidency? A list of factors indicates that Mr. Jindal is Mr. Romney's most likely choice.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell has emerged as one of three Republican officeholders who political handicappers say have the most potential to unify the party and boost the fortunes of GOP standard-bearer Mitt Romney as a running mate in November.
It is a tale of two tours: One for Mitt Romney, the other for those who pine to be his running mate.
Conservatives have won the latest battle in the war to make President Obama's health care law obsolete. The House vote on July 11 to repeal Obamacare brings us one step closer to replacing it. Unfortunately, the repeal is unlikely to pass in the Democrat-controlled Senate, and the president has vowed to veto any repeal effort.
You can blame the heat. Blame midsummer boredom. You can even blame ennui, what the French and the pretentious call "boredom." But if you're a political junkie, the only cure for the July blahs is to pick the vice president.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney could name his running mate by the end of the week, a top adviser said Monday.
Bobby Jindal's rough national debut seems long forgotten. Louisiana's youthful governor is being talked up so often as a future leader in the party that Republicans, many in evangelical circles, say presidential candidate Mitt Romney would be crazy not to seriously consider the 41-year-old Oxford-educated governor as a running mate.
Prominent Democrats on Sunday, including the governor of Maryland, a former White House press secretary and the head of the Democratic National Committee, launched a coordinated attack on Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's finances.