Ron Paul represents Congressional District 14 in Texas. He first served in Congress from 1976-77, then again from 1979-85 and again beginning in 1997.
Paul serves on the House Committee on Financial Services, where he is the chairman of the Oversight and Investigations subcommittee. He is also serves on the International Monetary Policy and Trade subcommittee, along with the House ...
The 16th debate of the Republican presidential primary season ended Monday with front-runner Mitt Romney bruised but not beaten.Full Story
Gov. Rick Perry's frenetic campaign schedule suggests he is not thinking much about the moment his presidential run will come to an end. But in an interview before a studio audience Monday in Myrtle Beach, Perry sounded somewhat less certain of victory and finally willing, perhaps, to look beyond a campaign that started off with such hope but quickly went off the rails.Full Story
Tan and Root on the Texas presidential candidates returning to the state where Rick Perry started his campaign, Philpott on Perry's swipes at Mitt Romney, Ramshaw on Griffin Perry's tweets, M. Smith on the next round of fights over student testing, E. Smith's TribLive interview with Michael Quinn Sullivan, yours truly on the sliding primary election calendar, Hamilton on higher-education efforts to bolster the Texas work force, Grissom's interview with John Raley, Galbraith on the greenhouse gas wars and Aguilar on making it easier for immigrants to return to the U.S.: The best of our best content from January 9 to 13, 2012.Full Story
The Supreme Court examines a simple question without an easy answer: Delay the Texas elections, or use maps that haven't been vetted?Full Story
The Tribune's Thanh Tan is in New Hampshire this week. She's been talking to local voters in restaurants and at Dr. Ron Paul's public events. Watch the video to find out what they told her about the Texas congressman's efforts to get their vote.Full Story
Texas Congressman Ron Paul is the runner-up in the New Hampshire primary. The campaign considers this a victory, and it sets the stage for him to take his message to South Carolina and beyond.Full Story
Perry, who came in fifth place in the Iowa caucuses, says he didn't come to South Carolina to "come in second." But the governor declined to say what whether he would give up and go home if he doesn’t win the Palmetto State.Full Story
Not all went according to plan for U.S. Rep. Ron Paul on the campaign trail the day before the New Hampshire primary.Full Story
Both came ready to brawl. But neither Gov. Rick Perry nor U.S. Rep. Ron Paul managed to nudge Mitt Romney out of the limelight at this morning’s debate.Full Story
The bad news for the GOP’s presidential hopefuls from Texas? No blows landed on Mitt Romney in Saturday night’s nationally televised New Hampshire debate to knock the front-runner from his perch.
A video postcard from Manchester, N.H., where the GOP candidates are getting ready to face each other in a debate sponsored by ABC News and WMUR.Full Story