He proposes also barring lobbyists from being "bundlers."
Three top leaders in Michigan's Democratic party on Friday sent a testy letter to Democratic...
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, says in a new television ad that "violent, radical Islamic fundamentalism" is "this century's nightmare, Jihadism."
Former NYC police chief's legal battle could be unwelcome development for Giuliani.
Can Rudy Giuliani, seen here campaigning in South Carolina, really change the electoral map...
If Al Gore decided today that he wanted to run for president, could he raise the money he would need to mount a bid?
Former Wisconsin governor/dropout from White House race endorses in South Carolina.
Former New York City mayor appeals to transplants as he campaigns in South Carolina.
Rep. John Lewis throws support to New York Senator, who hopes other black leaders will follow.
Sen. Hillary Clinton puts a twist on husband's pitch: "It's the inequality, stupid!"
Ron Paul surprised the Republican field by raising $5.1 million in the third-quarter fundraising cycle, at least 70 percent of it from online donations attracting 17,461 new donors.
While other Democratic candidates have criticized the No Child Left Behind Education law, New Mexico...
Neither Obama or Edwards voted for the non-binding resolution urging the Bush administration to designate the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps as a foreign terrorist organization and Hillary did.
Rudy Giuliani is feeling more heat from evangelicals concerned about his position on abortion who are determined not to let the Republican party nominate him for president.
The peace prize announcement is due on Friday, so he doesn't have long to wait to learn if he has pulled off a unique grand slam for 2007: an Oscar, an Emmy, a bestseller and a Nobel.
From Waterloo to Iowa Falls and Fort Dodge to Boone, Michelle Obama picked up her campaign pace this week, telling enthusiastic audiences that her husband can change the nation.
What Fred Thompson's financial disclosure forms reveal about his career outside of Hollywood.
Taking the measure of a candidate in feet and inches.
The Arizona senator is set to lay out his proposal for tax credits for families that get health insurance.
An effort to draft the former V.P. into the presidential race is now underway.
From one early voting state to another, Clinton moves from the Iowa tale of a hardworking waitress to thoughts on technology for New Hampshire voters.
Fred Thompson, the senator turned actor turned presidential candidate, reported as much as $8.6 million in assets in a disclosure form filed with the FEC.
In a New Hampshire interview, Obama urges voters to look at how Clinton "got it wrong" on Iraq.
The former Bush aide tells Matt Lauer that he's actually very confident in the GOP field, nevermind that 'dud' business.
An interview with Hillary Clinton reveals how much she already has thought about being president.
The Republicans met yesterday in Dearborn, Michigan. (AP) Lawyer jokes are dime-a-dozen. You've no...
The candidate's wife was involved in a car accident while traveling to a campaign event in Iowa.
Leading Democrats withdraw from the contest, leaving Hillary Clinton the lone top candidate in a contest that is in violation of DNC rules.
Tonight's GOP debate on economic issues probably won't decide the outcome of the Republican presidential race, despite what you may have heard.
Hillary Clinton tries not to trip up in Iowa as she talks tax cuts and retirement, and gets some helpful advice.
At the moment, Facebook is the big news in online social networking. Google, Microsoft and...
Forget immigration or abortion. The real question among the Republican candidates is who's the best man to cut taxes and spending.
Felled in 2006, former Va. Senator/Governor gets behind Thompson's White House bid.
A stark assessment of the 2008 race from the former White House counselor.
After delaying the decision the SEIU opts out of primary endosement completely.
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton promised both a return to the economic prosperity of the 1990s and a "new beginning to the 21st century" on Monday as she pushed forward with a new campaign to aimed squarely at middle-class voters.
In a New Hampshire speech, the candidate discussed his campaign's energy plan, which includes measures favored by environmentalists.
A look at the courtship of bundlers, one aspect of launching a presidential campaign that few people ever see.
Vice-Presidential handicapping and thoughts on the Bush White House exodus from today's Post Politics chat with Peter Baker.
Clinton's leading the Democratic pack, but more interesting to note is what the latest Iowa poll says about the Republican field.
They're running for office for rival parties, but Kansas Sen. Sam Brownback, a conservative Republican contender, and Delaware Sen. Joe Biden, a liberal Democratic rival, have a joint plan for Iraq.
Randall Rolph said he came to New Hampton, Iowa, on Sunday to see Sen. Hillary...