Donate $1,000 to Martha and Andy, and have breakfast with Mitt.
One in five voters polled said they're undecided in CD1 Republican primary.
Congressional District 1 candidate Andy Tobin is getting more support from one of the biggest names in Republican politics — Mitt Romney.
A collection of political news from across the state making headlines today and over the weekend:
First John Boehner came to Arizona to stump for state Rep. Andy Tobin, now it is Mitt Romney's turn.
PHOENIX — Gov. Jan Brewer is building up her war chest to help elect like-minded Republicans to Congress.
PARK CITY, Utah — Mitt Romney urged a gathering of political and business leaders to set aside partisan bickering and to seek solutions to the nation’s most pressing issues.
FILE - In this April 12, 2006, file photo Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, reacts at Faneuil Hall in Boston after signing into law his landmark health care bill, designed to guarantee health insurance to virtually all Massachusetts residents. The law provided a blueprint for President Barack …
Precursor to national Affordable Care Act fails to conquer rising health care costs.
Senators question Treasury nominee's big corporate payout, investments in tax havens.
It was always clear that the 11 million people in this country without papers were not going to be rounded up and deported. The question was when our leaders would officially recognize this fact — which could only happen if Republicans decided that demonizing illegal immigrants was bad politics.
TRENTON, N.J. • Coyness is not part of Chris Christie’s repertoire, which does not stress subtlety, delicacy and intimation. New Jersey’s governor is more Mickey Spillane than Jane Austen, and his persona, which sometimes is that of a bulldog who got up on the wrong side of the bed, is so po…
PHOENIX - Arizona's 11 Republican electors formally cast their votes Monday for Mitt Romney - but not before three of them, including the state party chairman, said questions remain about whether President Obama is a natural-born citizen.
Americans are justified in feeling numbed by the car alarm of Washington politics.
Some prominent Republicans — among them House Speaker John Boehner, publisher Bill Kristol and Sen. Bob Corker — have been making noise about the need for the GOP to be flexible about raising taxes.
I know it’s early, but I have a sinking feeling the Republican Party is taking all the wrong lessons from last week’s election. Short-term, that’s a boon for Democrats. Long-term, it’s a problem for the country.
And now begins the quadrennial exercise of coming to terms with the loss of a presidency.
The headline was inevitable: “What went wrong?”
As an Obama voter, I would like to add my voice to that of the Romney voter whose letter objected strongly to the tastelessness of the Post's day-after cartoon on the presidential election. Obama, clunkily armored, sits on top of a Romney dragon whose blood spills on the ground from a fatal …