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  • McManus: Attack-dog days of summer

    McManus: Attack-dog days of summer
    The dog days of July were once a slow time in our presidential campaigns, a time when candidates could take vacations and voters could take a break. The party conventions were still a month or more away; aside from fundraising and backroom strategizing,...
  • Rick Santorum: 'I'm ready to lead'

    Rick Santorum: 'I'm ready to lead'
    Rick Santorum launched his White House bid from ancestral turf Monday, imploring an enthusiastic crowd of several hundred to join his fight. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD An earlier version of this online article described Ron Paul as a former Texas...
  • McManus: Campaign 2012's lessons so far

    McManus: Campaign 2012's lessons so far
    It sometimes feels as if the struggle for the Republican presidential nomination has been going on forever, but if you measure the campaign by the number of delegates chosen so far, we're only about 10% done. Much has been made about how the outcome is...
  • McManus: Santorum's surge

    When this year's presidential campaign began, Rick Santorum looked like a fringe candidate, consigned permanently to the outside edge of an overcrowded debate stage. But as earlier conservative front-runners sputtered, Santorum plugged away, sticking...
  • Those mudslinging Republicans

    Those mudslinging Republicans
    This was the week Mitt Romney should have sealed the Republican presidential nomination. He was expected to win Tuesday's caucuses in Colorado, to win or tie in Minnesota and to do credibly well in Missouri. Instead, the former Massachusetts governor...
  • McManus: Will 'New Newt' prevail?

    McManus: Will 'New Newt' prevail?
    When Richard M. Nixon ran for the Republican presidential nomination in 1968, he faced a daunting problem: A lot of voters just didn't like him. Nixon had made his name in politics as an angry, partisan hatchet man, famous for lashing out against...
  • Doyle McManus: Tim Pawlenty's gambit

    Doyle McManus: Tim Pawlenty's gambit
    Last week's Republican mini-debate may not have been the most auspicious way for a presidential candidate to introduce himself to a national audience. The stage in South Carolina didn't include most of the party's top names; instead, it boasted former...
  • Goldberg: Tim Pawlenty's lost chance

    Goldberg: Tim Pawlenty's lost chance
    Looking back on the events of 2011, who do you think has more regrets for his bad decisions, Hosni Mubarak or former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty? I guess you have to give it to Mubarak. After all, the guy gave up a cushy gig ruling Egypt just so he could...
  • Goldberg: Perry's sweet spot

    Goldberg: Perry's sweet spot
    Is it too late for Mitt Romney to ask Tim Pawlenty to endorse Rick Perry instead? On Monday, the former Minnesota governor and, until the Iowa straw poll, presidential contender endorsed Romney's presidential bid. As best I can tell, reaction from rank-...
  • McManus: A two-man GOP presidential race?

    Until a few weeks ago, the race for the Republican presidential nomination seemed wide open. There was a presumptive front-runner, Mitt Romney, but he held first place mostly because he was a familiar face; his support among Republican voters appeared...
  • Rick Santorum scores another victory in Minnesota caucuses

    Rick Santorum scored another victory Tuesday night in Minnesota's caucuses, fueling the former Pennsylvania senator's case that he is the leading conservative alternative to Mitt Romney in the GOP race. In 2008, when it was a "Super Tuesday" state,...
  • Romney camp downplays expectations for Tuesday votes

    The Romney campaign's broadening of its attack this week to include Rick Santorum reflects some of the uncertainty surrounding votes Tuesday in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri -- the first multi-state election day of the campaign. In the trio of low-...