The GOP presidential primary field, once again, looks like a Hollywood ensemble cast. But this time, the list includes two black conservatives and, in a nod to changing times, two Hispanic prospects.
Mike Huckabee, who announced his presidential candidacy Tuesday, has a genius for expressing Evangelicals' positions on social issues with direct and compelling language.
Bernie Sanders will be hard-pressed to match the Clinton fundraising machine, but the race will give him a platform to air long-held convictions that income inequality is both immoral and unsustainable.
He’s a successful African-American who rose from poverty to the heights of US medicine. On the other hand, you never really know what he’s going to say.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has been heard to exclaim 'It's a long way to Tipperary' when discussing politics. The same could be said of his presidential aspirations.
As the only woman in the Republican race and a former business leader, Fiorina presents an intriguing alternative to Hillary Clinton as far as some GOP leaders are concerned.
Gov. John Kasich (R) of Ohio told reporters at a Monitor lunch that, as a presidential candidate, he would tout his experience – including expanding Medicaid. And he could deliver Ohio, essential for winning the presidency.