The big storm taking aim at the East Coast a little more than a week before the election has scrambled campaign plans, with Mitt Romney ditching Virginia to campaign Sunday with running mate Paul Ryan in Ohio and President Barack Obama moving up his departure for Florida.
President Barack Obama cast Mitt Romney on Thursday as an out-of-touch challenger for the White House and an advocate of education cuts that could cause teacher strikes to spread from Chicago to other cities. The Republican countered that the U.S. economy “is bumping along the bottom” under the current administration and he predicted victory in the fall.
Hispanics are the focus as the race for the White House moves to Florida, a presidential battleground where a charged immigration debate is under way as President Barack Obama seeks to keep Republican challenger Mitt Romney on the defensive.
Obama reached for some Ronald Reagan-like optimism in hard times, telling his audience that much about America is essentially right.
President Barack Obama says Republicans are “dead wrong” in calling America a country in decline.
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) — Sen. Bill Nelson doesn’t want supporters to be fooled by his fundraising advantage over Republican frontrunner Connie Mack the IV. While Nelson has about $11 million in his campaign account compared […]