Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Holds South Carolina Town Hall

Did Joe Biden Forgot Which Office He Was Running For Again?

Joe Biden raised eyebrows yet again on Monday for remarks he made on the campaign trail. This wasn't the first time the Democratic nominee misspoke about which office he was seeking.
Immigrants Rally And Hold Boycotts Nationwide

Mexico Pushing US Permanent Residents to Gain Citizenship to Stop Trump: Report

Mexican diplomats are rumored to be masterminding a plan to push emigrants, who have become permanent U.S. residents, to become American citizens, presumably so they can cast ballots against Republican front-runner and hardline immigration opponent Donald Trump.
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Self-Deportation Resurfaces From 2012 Presidential Election

After suffering a huge loss in the 2012 presidential election, the Republican Party realized that they needed to make major changes in order to become more inviting and inclusive of minority groups.
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National Latino Group Launches 'Unprecedented' Voter Education Push in Swing States

With Election Day 2016 now less than a year away, the call for Latinos to register to vote will enhance with a new education campaign, notably in key battleground states.
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Marco Rubio's Reclaim America PAC Hires Former Mitt Romney Aide for New Hampshire Campaign

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., has made it known about his interest in the 2016 presidential election, and he has taken an extra step with the hiring of a former Mitt Romney campaign aide.
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Former GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney 'Almost Certainly' to Run for the White House for 3rd Time, Paul Ryan Confirms He Won't Run

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who ran for U.S. president on behalf for the Republican Party in 2008 and 2012, has furthered rumors about a third run for the White House. Meanwhile, his 2012 vice presidential running mate ruled himself out of the equation.
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Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill "Going to Happen" if GOP Wins Senate, Says Mitt Romney

Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said comprehensive immigration reform would pass in Washington, D.C. if Congress gets a Republican majority in the U.S. Senate.
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Hillary Clinton Defeats Potential GOP Candidates in Iowa Poll, But Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan Challenge Her Lead

The road to the 2016 presidential election begins with the Iowa caucuses, and Hillary Clinton has been securing a lead against potential Republican candidates in new polling data.
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N.H. Police Commissioner Resigns Amid Racist Remarks Toward President Obama

Police commissioner Robert Copeland, 82, resigned from his post as head of the Wolfeboro police commission Monday following his town's demand that he step down for making racial remarks toward the the nation's president.

Mitt Romney on Minimum Wage: Former Massachusetts Governor Says 'We Ought to Raise It'

Unlike many of his colleagues in the Republican Party, Mitt Romney has declared that he is in favor of a minimum wage hike.

Mitt Romney Still Against Same Sex Marriage, Says Its Negative Impacts Happen "Over Generations"

The former governor and presidential candidate expressed his opinion on marriage equality on Meet the Press
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Mitt Romney Gangnam Style Dance: Watch Him Break it Down at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Conference

He tries at first then just ad-libs a jig

Mitt Romney 47 Percent Remark: 'Actually, I Didn't Say That'

Once again, 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney explained that the infamous “47 percent…” remark he made during the past elections supposedly stating that ‘47 percent of Americans can’t be persuaded to take personal responsibility’, was taken out of context, this was according to a recent interview by The Washington Post as reported by the Huffington Post.
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