Polls suggested that President Obama got a bigger surge in support after his convention than did Mitt Romney. But some new polls show that the bounce is coming back to earth.
Mitt Romney’s acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention last night was a tepid mix of boilerplate and biography, vague on policy, economical with the truth, and without a memorable, soaring line. It reflected all of the problems that have bedeviled Romney from the outset.
Mitt Romney's campaign continues to claim that Obama removed the work requirement from the welfare law, despite refutations from fact-checkers and respected newspapers.
Mitt Romney's campaign argues in a new memo that the Republican presidential candidate is catching up in his race with Barack Obama. The analysis varies depending on what polls are included in the assessment, but most experts say the race remains very close.
A Republican and a Democratic pollster share their survey data on Walmart moms, 27 percent of registered women voters. A majority voted for Obama in 2008, then swung toward the GOP in 2010.
Polls show both establishment candidates in the Colorado Senate race – Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet and Republican Jane Norton – trailing opponents ahead of Tuesday's primary.