The McCain campaign says that its decision to pull his campaign operations out of Michigan is no big deal, because there are plenty of other states to compete in. The Obama campaign begs to differ, and jumped on the news today, portraying it as an omen of McCain’s undoing.
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With Mitt Romney increasing his lead New Hampshire, Giuliani campaign manager Michael DuHaime just argued in a conference call that the former mayor is still the candidate best positioned to win the Republican nomination because he’s pursuing "multiple paths to victory."
The Giuliani campaign has been seeking for months to lower expectations about their Read More
Rudy Giuliani’s first quarter fund-raising numbers are in at more than $15 million. While that is a good deal less than Hillary’s $26 million, Giuliani raised the bulk of his total, about $10 million, in March. Giuliani supporters have been telling me for days that while he got a late start, his March receipts Read More
The news that Rudy Giuliani has signed a fast-rising and highly regarded Republican operative to head his Presidential exploratory committee was taken by the D.C. crowd as conclusive proof that the former Mayor is really going to run for President.
Which it probably is. Unless he doesn’t.
Yes, it’s hard to imagine that Michael DuHaime—the Read More
Jason Horowitz has a story about forgotten presidential candidate John Edwards. The former vice presidential candidate told Horowitz that he is unsurprised at being overshadowed by Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, but also said that the only question the national press should be asking is, “How are you doing in Iowa and New Hampshire?” Read More
Senator Tim Johnson has been hospitalized after having a stroke, placing the Democratic takeover of the Senate in jeopardy.
Rudy Giuliani hired RNC political director Mike DuHaime.
Adam Nagourney said DuHaime should silence questions about how serious his presidential bid is.
John McCain’s finance committee is starting to take shape.
Here’s Read More