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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Tagg
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Rommey is re-entering the workforce with a position in his son Tagg's investment firm, Solamere Capital.
Not content to let Election Day play out on its own, Republican Mitt Romney and running mate Paul Ryan touched on two big battleground states before heading to Boston to await the voters' decision.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's wife says her husband will not run again if this race doesn't turn out the way they hope.
The evangelical group run by the Rev. Billy Graham no longer believes Mormonism is a religious cult.
During what may be the most important week of Mitt Romney's political career, the Republican presidential contender's five sons are sharing family secrets like never before.
She is a gracious warrior with a kind face, a polished demeanor and the inner mettle of a survivor. Ann Romney has been called the secret weapon of her husband's campaign, and he adores her: When Mitt Romney strides to the podium to introduce his wife of 43 years, he calls her "sweetheart." She smiles. The crowd goes crazy.
Newly minted vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan hit the stump this weekend with a level of energy that seemed to boost Mitt Romney's entire campaign, giving the presumptive nominee a much-needed change in the narrative while adding another high-profile fundraiser and campaigner to deploy across the country.
Overcoming his own stumbles and what he called one opponent's "dirty trick" campaign, Mitt Romney swept both the Arizona and Michigan primaries on Tuesday, once again taking control of the Republican presidential race and earning valuable momentum as the field prepares for Super Tuesday next week.
“We will do anything that the campaign asks us to,” says Mitt Romney’s eldest son Tagg (second from left) of the upcoming presidential campain.
"We will do anything that the campaign asks us to," eldest son Tagg said in an interview with the Associated Press.