On the campaign trail with Mitt Romney

Members of the press and Romney campaign load up on a plane to the next campaign stop.

"Ann and I extend our thoughts and prayers to the victims of today’s shooting in Wisconsin. This was a senseless act of violence and a tragedy that should never befall any house of worship. Our hearts are with the victims, their families, and the entire Oak Creek Sikh community. We join Americans everywhere in mourning those who lost their lives and in prayer for healing in the difficult days ahead."

Boston, MA – Mitt Romney made this statement on today’s shooting in Wisconsin.

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Perkins: “This is about more than just marriage”

Tony Perkins says you can make same-sex marriage legal, but not right. Clay Aiken, Mark McKinnon, and Evan Wolfson share their thoughts.

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(Photos from Sarah Boxer, CBS News and National Journal) A 94-year-old man asks Mitt Romney what he would do about this “nut” over there in Iran at a town hall meeting in Shelby Township, Michigan. Then, Romney meets with the crowd, as his Secret Service protection keeps a watchful eye. 

Mitt Romney tells his supporters, after losing to Newt Gingrich, that he’s ready to go to all the primary and caucus states all the way to the White House.

Mitt Romney speaks at a campaign rally in Charleston, SC.

Newt Gingrich makes a campaign stop in Florida and opens a new office in the state today.