The former New York governor aims to position himself as a relative centrist in a right-leaning race.
Former New York governor makes eighth trip to Granite State, finds many still don’t recognize him.
The former governor has not held office since 2007 and will formally declare his bid at a N.H. event.
In another break from her usual script, the Democrat greeted a small crowd outside a campaign event.
Things looked a bit different outside the bike shop.
The two Republican entrants will have to turn outsider credentials and attack lines into real political gravitas.
Proponents felt their moment was about to arrive. While many on the other side, still vocal, could feel the tide turning.
In 2013, the senator tried to persuade conservatives to back an immigration bill. He failed. Now he, too, opposes it.
The near-unanimity in supporting the Second Amendment — even among candidates who don’t own firearms — underscores the importance of guns in modern-day conservatism.
By announcing early at Liberty University, the Republican senator from Texas intends to seize the attention of tea-party-aligned voters and donors.