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They come because of Barack Obama. They stay because of Mitt Romney. So say the volunteers streaming into Romney for President storefronts in Florida. The Romney campaign is opening campaign offices across the state and cranking up phone banks —...
Call Washington BureauThe latest political TV commercial airing in Pennsylvania and other so-called swing states reaches right into the hearts of voters who supported Barack Obama in 2008 but may now be feeling disillusioned. Crossroads GPS, the powerful political group...
Tags: Republican Party, Karl Rove, Crossroads, Barack Obama, Politics
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - Among the slick, million-dollar ads for the likes of Pepsi and Honda during the Super Bowl this Sunday, viewers in Washington will see a far more modest spot. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino will be...
The State of the Union address is a political exercise in the best of times. But when a president is running for reelection and Congress is dominated by his most bitter opponents, there's even less pretense than usual. The State of the Union address that...
Daily American Staff WriterUndecided voters had another chance Wednesday to reach a conclusion on which three Somerset County commissioner candidates will be elected Nov. 8. Democratic incumbents Pamela Tokar-Ickes and John Vatavuk sat alongside Republican challengers Jeff Henry...
It didn’t take much guessing to predict who was going to win – if “win” is the right word--the Washington Post’s weekly pick for "Worst Week in Washington": President Barack Obama. If any week has made the POTUS wonder why...
L.A. NOWThe political consultants who ran the campaign against Prop. 19 said Thursday that the undecided voters who swung their way on election day were susceptible to arguments for legalizing marijuana, but were ultimately convinced the measure was flawed. Wayne...
Opinion L.A.Over at The Times' PolitiCal blog, David Lauter illustrates the upward trajectory of Meg Whitman's campaign before it was revealed last week that she employed an undocumented housekeeper, a reversal of fortune that my colleague Jon Healey blogged about...
Sun ReporterMost open their doors a bit confused, even quizzical. For Catherine Benton, 85, the tall man standing on her driveway one recent afternoon was recognizable as the "medical guy" from Baltimore. But like many Anne Arundel voters in the sprawling 3rd...
Tribune national correspondentAs President Bush and Sen. John Kerry enter the final week of a deadlocked race for the White House, the mood at their campaign rallies, the sound of their messages and the images in their television ads underscore a starkly different closing argument...
Tribune national correspondentSaying "a president has to be able to do more than one thing at the same time," Sen. John Kerry vowed Tuesday to protect Social Security and hunt down terrorists wherever they are. The Democratic nominee came to this working-class corner of...
Tags: Medicare, John Kerry, Texas, Death, Osama bin Laden
Sun National StaffPITTSBURGH - In the gritty neighborhoods south of Pittsburgh, many folks regard themselves as swing voters, more devoted to Steelers football than to any one political party. So it hardly seemed surprising that when more than two dozen of them were...
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