If we see one more Raggedy Ann and Andy…
With just two weeks until Election Day, President Barack Obama on Tuesday began a cross-country rush to hold onto office in tough economic times with a new booklet outlining his second-term agenda and a closing argument that the choice comes down to trust.
Is there any escape from all those political ads in the most hotly contested states in the three weeks before the presidential election?
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.
Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder isn’t singing Republican Mitt Romney’s praises.
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.
A central Florida college professor is being investigated for asking her students to support President Barack Obama during her classes.
Despite the seeming alignment between The Killers’ and Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney’s faith and values, the band refuses to get political. Why?
The Department of State will instruct elections supervisors to contact voters on a list of potential non-citizens and tell them they are eligible to cast ballots as part of a settlement reached Wednesday with groups who sued claiming the list purge was discriminatory because it mostly targeted Hispanics.
On the eve of their national party conventions, the race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney to amass the requisite 270 Electoral College votes needed for victory is exactly where it was at the start of the long, volatile summer: focused on seven states that are up for grabs.