Less than four weeks before Iowans kick off the 2016 presidential contest with their Feb. 1 caucuses, the early road to the White House appears to be shaping up as a slippery and uncharted one for the Republican Party.
Five 2016 presidential candidates spoke Friday at the National Urban League’s annual conference, discussing U.S. race relations, the Black Lives Matter movement, and economic and racial inequality.
Mitt Romney may not be running, but he remains pivotal to the GOP candidates due to his fundraising connections.
“Telling It Like It Is” might be his campaign slogan, but it doesn’t mean he’s *actually* telling it like it is.
There are many pitfalls for each of the candidates trying to make a name for themselves this early in the 2016 presidential race.