Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and President Barack Obama have decided to take of the partisan costumes and go frolic around New Jersey collecting candy and enjoying each others company. Published October 31 2012
In a clear sign that Gov. Mitt Romney is winning this election, the Romney campaign announced that they would begin to venture into the Democratic strongholds of Pennsylvania and Minnesota. Published October 30 2012
In 2004, Ohio was the decisive swing-state that gave President George W. Bush four more years in the White House. In 2008, Ohio is once again ground zero to the presidency. Published October 29 2012
Republican Senatorial candidates like Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock need to shut up about religion and rape and concentrate on the economy and failed policies. Published October 27 2012
New emails have surfaced stating that the White House and senior U.S. Intelligence officials were informed that an Al Qaeda-linked group was behind the terrorist attack against the US consulate in Benghazi just two hours after the attack took place. Published October 24 2012
During tonight’s final presidential debate, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama sparred over the likely defense budget sequestration scheduled to happen later this year. Published October 22 2012
During tonight’s presidential town hall debate, an audience member asked the president to clarify why additional security was denied to the consulate in Benghazi. Published October 16 2012
A new Gallup/USA Today poll shows that Mitt Romney is now tied with the president at 48 percent among likely swing-state women voters. Published October 15 2012
Be sure to watch the debate from Hofstra University in Long Island, New York and join in the Communities chat, Tuesday night, right here starting at 8:45 pm. Published October 14 2012
Mitt Romney's debate momentum has turned into static support as the former Massachusetts governor is leading President Obama. Published October 14 2012
At tonight’s debate, Joe Biden smirked, laughed, and, highlighting the age difference between the two candidates, introduced millions to ‘malarkey.’ Published October 11 2012
President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign released a new ad today prominently featuring the Sesame Street character, Big Bird, but it comes with a questionable message. Published October 9 2012
Last week, Obama held a two point advantage over Mitt Romney in Rasmussen’s Daily Tracking survey, just hours before the first presidential debate of the 2012 campaign season. Published October 8 2012
“"I'm going to stop the subsidy to PBS. I like PBS. I like Big Bird" -- "I like you too (Jim Lehrer)." But he is going to cut funding to PBS Published October 3 2012
On the day of the first 2012 presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, polling numbers show that the race is dead even. Published October 3 2012
Wednesday's debate is pivotal to Mitt Romney election chances. Published October 1 2012
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