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Mitt Romney's expected return to politics as the next senator from Utah has set off a debate over whether he should actively counter President Trump. [Read More]
New York Times columnist Ross Douthat's column on Mitt Romney and the Repubican Party ("Romney has opportunity to cure illness he helped create," republished Jan. 8 in the Sun), was interesting but included one glaring …... [Read More]
Ronna McDaniel, a niece of Mitt Romney who is the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, faces a challenge both personal and political as her party faces a hostile election environment. [Read More]
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Now that Sen. Hatch announced his retirement, what will Mitt Romney do? The Utah Caucus system is threatened by Count My Vote…or is it? Immigration issues are central to Federal Government Shutdown talks, and more surprises for the 2018 election. The Deseret News' Lisa Riley Roche, Former State Senator Steve Urquhart, and Utah Policy's Bryan Schott join Jason Perry for this week's episode. Watch online: Will there be a Romney Candidacy? from The Hinckley Report. On demand, streaming video from KUED Channel 7... [Read More]
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Organizers of a Utah technology summit say former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has agreed to speak at next week's event in Salt Lake City. [Read More]
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Organizers of a Utah technology summit say former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has agreed to speak at next week's event in Salt Lake City. The former presidential candidate who is expected to make a run for the U.S. Senate in Utah next year is scheduled to speak at the Silicon... [Read More]
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Mitt Romney recalls late LDS President Thomas S. Monson as a warm and powerful spirit who never gave Romney political advice. [Read More]
In 1898, when the 42-year-old George Bernard Shaw stepped down as drama critic of London's Saturday Review, he introduced his successor, Max Beerbohm, 26, with these words: "The younger generation is knocking at the door, and as I open it there steps sprightly in the incomparable Max." I was reminded of this famous line when, earlier this month, 83-year-old Sen. Orrin Hatch, Republican of Utah, ended speculation by announcing that he would not seek an eighth term. Hatch, who was once an amateur boxer, explained that "every good fighter knows when to hang up the gloves." But he might... [Read More]
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This could be the Year of the Feud. With Orrin Hatch poised to end his 40 years in the Senate, Mitt Romney may not only be Utah's main choice to fill the seat, but also a salvation for the Republican Party mainstream as it was before ... [Read More]
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In a sit-down interview with Kasie Hunt, Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., said he would support former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney in a bid for Senate. In aiming to take over Sen. Orrin Hatch's seat for Utah, Flake says Romney would be a "strong,... [Read More]
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Mitt Romney's comeback on the national stage, through the byway of his probable bid for the Senate in Utah, has prompted a sharp debate among Republicans over whether... [Read More]
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If you thought 2016 was the election year that would never end, 2012 has some news for you! In recent weeks, the rumor mill has been working overtime regarding three Republican 2012 presidential candidates — Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty — and their potential 2018 ambitions. [Read More]
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Organizers of the upcoming Silicon Slopes Tech Summit announced Thursday that Mitt Romney will join the slate of speakers scheduled over the two-day event. [Read More]
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Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty have at least three things in common: they're Republicans, they ran for President in 2012 and they are rumored to be considering 2018... [Read More]
In both 2008 and 2012, Republicans put two bad candidates as their nominees for president in John McCain and Mitt Romney. [Read More]
WASHINGTON This could be the Year of the Feud. With Orrin Hatch poised to end his 40 years in the Senate, Mitt Romney may not ... [Read More]
Here's a look at the life of Mitt Romney, former Massachusetts governor and former Republican presidential nominee. [Read More]
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Mitt Romney isn't ready to announce he's running for Senate, but he's already looking for a campaign headquarters and putting together a team, one of his closest friends in Utah told the Deseret News. [Read More]
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Mitt Romney in the Senate would be good for the Republican party ... [Read More]
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Mitt Romney's wife, Ann, is supportive of him running for the U.S. Senate seat in Utah that will be open with the retirement of Sen. Orrin Hatch, The Boston Globe reported. [Read More]
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