They've eschewed personal attacks, but there will be plenty of policy differences at hand when they meet next Tuesday.
This election, they could get their wish.
She has begun, nearly six months into her campaign, to define herself in contrast to others in the Democratic race.
“There there will be a realization at some point he can’t get to 218.”
The founder and chairman at IAC Interactive talks about the presidential race on “Bloomberg Markets.”
In New Hampshire, the Democratic front-runner demonstrates how she has perfected the art of ignoring questions from the media.
The Ohio governor stumps for votes in New Hampshire, and Bloomberg Politics tags along.
Her Washington credentials that have won her fans inside the Beltway, even as she seeks the nomination with a strategy that makes the GOP establishment a frequent punching bag.
The summer offered an opening to Carson, an outsider without all of the rage.