President Barack Obama is up for reelection on Nov. 6, 2012. Presidential elections always bring larger numbers to the polls. Some Democrats think that Texas, a Republican bastion, may turn blue.
With Rick Perry now a presidential candidate, Perry-centric domain names are flying off the cyber shelves. Some buyers might be looking to score political points or to make mischief. Others hope to make a buck — a lot of bucks.Full Story
In the first ad of his campaign, newly announced presidential candidate Rick Perry takes his fight right to the steps of the White House. The ad is titled "Time to Get America Working Again."Full Story
After his announcement in South Carolina on Saturday, Rick Perry traveled to New Hampshire, where — as Josh Rogers of New Hampshire Public Radio reports — the governor told a house party that he wouldn't go to Washington to be liked but to reduce the role of the federal government in Americans' lives.Full Story
Gov. Rick Perry formally tossed his hat into the ring Saturday, announcing in South Carolina he will pursue the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. Watch the full speech here.Full Story
Saddle up, buckaroos and buckarettes. We're going on our second presidential ride in 12 years. It doesn't matter who your candidate is or what your politics are, the presence of a Texas governor on a national ticket means some changes around here.Full Story
With less than two days to go before Rick Perry announces he's running for president in South Carolina, the team that will run his campaign is beginning to take shape, top Texas Republican sources say.Full Story
On last night's episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert responded to The Response — and let the various Perry Super PACs know, in no uncertain terms, that they're not the only ones in FEC-authorized love with the Texas governor.Full Story