Direct from 1979, it’s the 44th President on prom night
Americans re-elected Barack Obama on Tuesday, affirming the goals of the President’s tumultuous first term and giving him a second.
The October jobs report is big news for presidential politics. But not in the way you might think.
It takes a mighty big storm to close schools, tunnels and nuclear power plants along the East Coast. But it takes a true meteorological monster to slow down presidential-campaign operations a week before Election Day.
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The latest addition to President Obama’s stump speech, debuted Friday in Virginia, is a running schtick about Romney’s Etch-a-Sketching ways.
On Monday, the non-profit news outfit ProPublica published a scoop: Defend My Dividend, a self-described grassroots organization backed by two trade groups with a vested interest tax issues, has been running tens of thousands of dollars in TV ads targeted at seniors in south Florida. In the vast world of outside political spending, such …
Mitt Romney’s pledge to create 12 million jobs is a cardboard cutout of a campaign promise. It looks great, even bold, from one angle, but there’s really not much behind it. As this publication and others have explained, economic …
- If Obama accomplished anything in the first debate, it was lowering expectations for the second.
- Halperin gets a hold of the campaigns’ debate agreement, which includes a clause stipulating that neither candidate will make the other guy promise stuff.
- Beware the town hall format: open floor space is the enemy.