Tweets from the former Senate candidate early Tuesday seemed to suggest she was thinking about a possible run in 2014 against Sen. Chris Coons, who defeated her by a considerable margin in the 2010 race.
Christine O'Donnell, the 2010 Republican candidate for US Senate, was told her IRS records were improperly accessed and misused -- but there are still no answers.
In case you missed the news (and you probably did), former U.S. Senate candidate and tea party activist Christine O’Donnell endorsed Mitt Romney for president on Tuesday night.
CNN's Piers Morgan accuses Christine O'Donnell of being 'weird' before she ended the interview.
Perry didn't exactly chase Pawlenty out of the race; the Iowa straw poll (in which T-Paw finished a distant third) did that. But the two developments are closely related. They're linked by the fact that Barack Obama is very beatable.
The weakest part of our political system is the presidential nomination process. And it's not coincidental that it's the part of the federal system that finds least guidance in the Constitution.
I know we predicted Republican Senate control in 2010. But this time -- honest -- we are going to win!
Palin has many strengths. But as a presidential candidate? Someone to convince critical independent voters that Republicans can govern successfully? Absolutely not.
Liberal Democrats show no signs of reading their washout at the polls as a reason to shift to the center.