Romney addressed the Boston marathon bombings on CNN Tuesday, calling the explosions a "cowardly act." Tagg Romney, the oldest
Romney, who had just left Fenway Park in a cab with his children on Monday when the explosions occurred at Boston Marathon
Last week, Romney joined Tagg's venture capital firm, Solamere Capital, to serve as executive committee chairman. Former
Former Massachusetts governor and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has a new job. Read more on NBC News
Former gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker said no Thursday. This post has been updated to reflect the fact that Tagg Romney
Tagg Romney told the paper that his father was resistant to running because of his unsuccessful 2008 bid for president. Tagg
The consensus is that this presidential election may all come down to Ohio and a few other "swing" states, as it did in 2000 and 2004. If there are any voting irregularities to be found this time around, Ohio will be the place to look first.
In the United States, 35 percent of this year's general election votes will be cast on electronic voting machines that that are said to have been "designed with insufficient attention to computer security."
According to Verified Voting, there are 118 jurisdictions with as many as 7.8 million registered voters whose votes are counted
The election remains close, and the reality is that undecided voters may make the difference in swing states. Look, if you're still on the fence after all the ads and speeches and debates, climb down already. By now it's time to decide, don'tcha think?
It is, as Tagg Romney said, out of character for the 65-year old former Massachusetts governor to tell these kinds of stories
THIS WAS SUPPOSED to be the race that Tagg Romney took easy. When his father ran for governor of Massachusetts in 2002, Tagg
"I didn't have that luxury in the part of Boston that I grew up in, but in your rich, suburban, Boston life, with your father
Romney, who has reportedly taken on a bigger role in his father's campaign in recent weeks, also divulged that Mitt often