Election 2012: Rhetoric, the Record, and the Reality of EqualityWhat was supposed to be a "referendum" election, according to most political pundits, with voters focusing on Obama's first three years in office, has quickly become a "choice" election, with voters presented with two vastly different visions for America.
Election 2012: (Re)-Introducing Barack ObamaIf voters had any doubt about Barack Obama, the 2012 Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Charlotte, North Carolina seeks to cast them away.
Enthusiasm will make or break Obama presidencyIf you listen to recent polls, you would hear that President Obama has the overwhelming and secure support of African-Americans. Actually, you don't need a poll to reveal this fact.
US Election 2012: Mitt Romney and Barack Obama - the upside-down electionA quick quiz: which American political party talked about social issues, military families and foreign policy at its convention? Which American political party celebrated the achievements of its most recent president and spoke about his legacy?
US election 2012: Clint Eastwood: 'I didn't know what I was going to say'US election 2012: Clint Eastwood: 'I didn't know what I was going to say'. Clint Eastwood has spoken publicly for he first time since his controversial appearance at the Republican convention, disclosing that he "didn't make up my mind exactly what I ...
Fact-checking President Bill Clinton's speechOne of the main reasons America should re-elect President (Barack) Obama is that he is still committed to cooperation." THE FACTS: From Clinton's speech, voters would have no idea that the inflexibility of both parties is to blame for much of the gridlock.
Ballot proposals finalized for voters"Negotiations are continuing," on the ballot wording, said state elections director Chris Thomas. The Supreme Court ordered off the ballot a proposed constitutional amendment to allow eight more Michigan casinos, saying the proposal conflicted with a ...
US Election 2012: Hollywood's finest turn out for Barack ObamaUS Election 2012: Hollywood's finest turn out for Barack Obama. Hollywood starlets Eva Longoria, Scarlett Johansson and Kerry Washington told American voters of their early struggles as they called for Barack Obama's re-election.
ELECTION 2012: Longtime Democrat endorses Republican in state Senate raceSACRAMENTO - Former Inland lawmaker Steve Clute endorsed Republican Jeff Miller over fellow Democrat Richard Roth in Riverside County's 31st Senate District, one of a handful of swing seats targeted by both parties this fall.
Quebec election 2012: Stephen Harper says PQ doesn't have mandate to ...VANCOUVER—Quebec voters wanted change but the Parti Québécois does not have a mandate to pursue separation, says Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
US Election 2012: Eva Longoria, Scarlett Johansson and Kerry Washington take ...US Election 2012: Eva Longoria, Scarlett Johansson and Kerry Washington take to the stage in support of Barack Obama. Hollywood starlets Eva Longoria, Scarlett Johansson and Kerry Washington took to the convention stage on Thursday to try to persuade ...
Not heard much in Charlotte: TARP, stimulusTo be sure, as the president made his case for re-election Thursday night he declared forcefully that "climate change is not a hoax.
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Charlie Crist blasts old party, endorses Barack ObamaThe Obama campaign hopes to use that plan to make inroads with seniors, a key voting bloc in Florida, the largest swing state in 2012. "When I look at the Republican ticket today, I see two candidates who would break the fundamental promise of Medicare ...
Highlights of Obama's DNC speechREPUBLICANS: The 2012 presidential election in November is "the clearest choice of any time in a generation," Obama said.
CONVENTION WATCH: Modern family, rainy dayThe Associated Press. CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Convention Watch shows you the 2012 political conventions through the eyes of Associated Press journalists.
Election 2012: Dick Barrett for SD47When I came here as a student many years ago I enrolled in an Intro to Economics course taught by a young professor named Dick Barrett.
2012 shaping up to be election of little or no convention bouncesMitt Romney did not get a bounce from the Republican convention and Democrats are downplaying the prospect of President Barack Obama receiving much of one.
Election 2012: Re-elect Gail Gutsche to PSCMany people don't know what the Montana Public Service Commission - the body that regulates utilities such as NorthWestern Energy and Mountain Water - does or why it's important in their lives.
Election 2012: Never such a division amongst the massesElection 2012: Never such a division amongst the masses. Tweet. By Teppi Jacobsen, Thursday at 5:20 pm. Election 2012: Never such a division amongst the masses. Yesterday I posted this on my Facebook page: "I always have thought Facebook is a fun ...