As the presidential election progresses into a July lull, concerns over health care and super PACs continue to take a backseat to the economy in voters' minds.
The GOP candidate clinched the nomination with more than the 1144 delegates required to win the nomination.
Rick Santorum, playing the religion card, appears to be winning support of evangelical Christians ahead of potentially pivotal GOP primaries in Arizona and Michigan.
Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, and Jon Huntsman have all failed to qualify for the ballot in at least one upcoming GOP primary.
Newt Gingrich is 'too crazy' or 'too impulsive' to be president, according to the Romney campaign – and the GOP establishment. Will that tactic work?