We've picked sixteen fashionable politicians; it's up to you to decide who's the best-dressed.
George H.W. Bush quoted Kenny Rogers' "The Gambler" when suggesting that the not-Romneys drop out. Here are several other songs that the Romney camp could use as exit music for the other candidates.
After two weeks of intense competition, It's a Free Country readers have settled on the most memorable GOP debate moment of the 2012 campaign.
It's all come down to this. After two weeks of voting, it's between Rick Perry's "Oops" and the booing of a gay soldier for most memorable moment of the 2012 GOP debates.
Only four debate moments remain, and today they battle it out for a spot in tomorrow's championship match-up.
Will Newt Gingrich's bludgeoning of John King trump a good old fashioned back-and-forth between Rick Perry and Mitt Romney? And can Herman Cain make it further in our bracket than he did on the campaign trail?
Round 2 begins with match-ups in the Audience Participation and Gaffe divisions, and the winners will go on to represent their categories in the Final Four.
On the last day of Round 1, Newt Gingrich goes toe-to-toe with himself in the Dust-Ups Division, then faces off with Rick Perry in a sound bite battle.
Halfway through the first round of our Memorable Debate Moments bracket, Mitt Romney's $10,000 bet squares off against Jon Huntsman's Chinese showboating, and it's a battle of the boos in the Audience Participation Division.
The madness marches on with Day 2 of first round match-ups in our GOP debate moments bracket.
Which of these 16 moments from the Republican debates is the most memorable?
President Barack Obama and Great Britain Prime Minister David Cameron hold a joint press conference in the Rose Garden at the White House.
While it may be tempting to simply think of Mississippi and Alabama as two states in the “Deep South,” that misses a lot of the subtle—and not so subtle—differences that will decide their primaries on Tuesday.
Christie enjoys increasing tax revenue and gets to call someone an "idiot," while Cuomo flirts with the "Governor 1%" moniker.
President Obama visited the Rolls-Royce Crosspointe facility, which manufactures precision-engineered engine parts in Prince George, VA, where he addressed the economy and the most recent job numbers.
Couldn't join us for our Super Tuesday special live in The Greene Space? No worries. It's a Free Country is hosted the entire event online, too, complete with a live stream and more.
The map on this page shows not only who’s winning in each of the state’s 83 counties, but, using Patchwork Nation, it shows how the candidates are doing in each of Michigan's nine types of county – from the wealthy Monied Burbs to the Service Worker Center counties. It will fill in with data as the results from the primary comes in.
The map on this page shows not only who’s winning in each of the state’s 15 counties, but, using Patchwork Nation, it shows how the candidates are doing in each of Arizona's six types of county – from the Service Worker Centers to the rural agricultural Tractor Country counties. It will fill in with data as the results from the primary comes in.
If you're pining for the days when there was a GOP debate every 48 hours, Wednesday night should've helped. The It's A Free Country politics team live-chatted during the debate. You can watch debate highlights and re-read the chat here.
A majority of Americans support putting term limits on Congress, and they may get their wish if Mitt Romney becomes president. But is it a good idea?