Pennsylvania is a holy grail of sorts for Republican presidential candidates. The Romney camp says polls are trending in its direction, and Romney will visit the state for the first time since September.
Independent New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has long listed global warming as one of his top concerns. He says hurricane Sandy brought the presidential election 'into sharp relief.'
The distress of the 'Bronco Bamma' girl, Abigael Evans, seemed to touch enough of a chord that NPR issued an apology, of sorts. But sometimes an unhappy or tired child is just that.
The New Jersey governor has praised President Obama's handling of hurricane Sandy. Some Republicans wonder if Chris Christie's own presidential ambitions have, once again, undercut Mitt Romney.
At this point, the candidates are going only to the places they’re most needed. President Obama will be in Ohio at least four times, while Mitt Romney is spending all Thursday in Virginia.
If President Obama's reelection bid fails, his staff may cite lost days of campaigning. If Mitt Romney falls short, his campaign could point to a perception that hurricane Sandy stopped his momentum.
A new Romney campaign ad, running in the battleground state of Ohio, implies that Chrysler is moving US jobs building Jeeps to China, and that Obama is at fault for having 'sold Chrysler to the Italians.'
Presidential polls: Hurricane Sandy is interfering with pollsters' ability to collect accurate data about the public's views on the presidential race. Here's a status report on where the Obama-Romney contest stood pre-Sandy.
The star of 'Girls' has cut a YouTube video for the president discussing her 'first time.' It made the Vote kind of uncomfortable, but then, we're not the demographic Obama is trying to reach.