Romney: Fact-checking the latest Romney adRomney: Fact-checking the latest Romney ad. The Romney campaign is out with an ad hitting Obama on dealing with China and claiming that the U.S.
China pushes back on Romney ad: 'False … foolish'The AP reports that Mitt Romney's latest ad - in which he declares that "China is beating us" and President Obama has "failed to stop China's cheating" - is getting pushback from authorities in Beijing.
Obama Ad Hits Romney for Opposing Justice SotomayorA new Spanish-language TV ad from the Obama campaign airing in Florida attacks Republican rival Mitt Romney for opposing the nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the U.S.
FactCheck: Pro-Romney PAC ad craps outA new ad, running in Nevada, from a pro-Romney group employs a shortened quote from Obama that makes it seem as if he was telling people not to visit and spend money in the tourism hub.
PolitiFact: Romney ad incorrectly blames Obama for Florida housing woesA new Mitt Romney campaign ad poses the "Are you better off?" question to a particularly hard-hit population: Florida homeowners.
Democrats link GOP candidates to Paul Ryan in new attack adsThe campaign arm of the House Democratic Party is running a series of ads linking other Republican congressional candidates to Ryan, who is running to be Mitt Romney's VP. House Democrats have long planned on campaigning this year against Ryan's ...
What's behind Romney's ad claim in VirginiaUpdated at 7:50 pm ET Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney campaigned once again Thursday in the battleground state of Virginia, where he has been running television ads warning voters about the dire effects of the automatic spending cuts ...
AdWatch: New Republican ad doesn't tell full story on Obama, Romney tax ...The Crossroads GPS ad also disputes a claim by Obama that Romney's tax plan would raise taxes on middle-class families by $2,000.
Mitt Romney ad on welfare 'handout' is faultedCHARLOTTE, N.C. - Retiree Brenda Rembert worked in the food stamp division of North Carolina state government and says she viewed up close the consequences of social welfare programs.
Where Political Ads Go To Be MockedRecently, the program produced by public media's WNYC in New York has given its signature voice-over treatment to ads that include a pro-Mitt Romney superPAC conflating President Obama's health care law with Canada's government-run health care ...
Romney Rock: Tagg and Craig Romney Take On The Gritty NYC Streets (VIDEO)John Lithgow narrates the first ad from the re-branded <a href="http://gtcha.me/wsOxUF"target="_blank">Definitely Not Coordinated With Stephen Colbert Super PAC</a>, which goes after Mitt Romney's Bain Capital record, calling the candidate a "serial ...
Ad Spending Reflects Shrinking BattlefieldPriorities USA Action, the Obama-backing super PAC, is spending an additional $2.6 million on the president's behalf, while American Crossroads and Crossroads GPS, the Romney-backing outfits, are spending about $900,000 on television ads.
Obama redoubles Medicare attack on Romney in FloridaThe latest Obama ad replaces one that claims the election of Romney would mean "an end to the Medicare promise" for Americans.
Romney Aide: Poor Economy Leaves OpeningOne of Mitt Romney's leading campaign advisers says opinions on the economy have "calcified," meaning undecided voters are locked into a negative view of economic conditions.
Letter: Vote for Romney bigger minus than ObamaAnd though two minuses still do not equal a positive, consider the plus side of the two: With Romney, the bulk of all of the electorate do not believe a thing he says and thus have no idea what he might decide to do as a president - aside from ...
Romney campaign pins victory hopes on cash advantage, late ad blitzThe Romney campaign flexed its financial muscle by adding Wisconsin to its ad buy this weekend, its first major spending in the state since the beginning of the summer.
Romney ad follows up Clinton speech with a flashbackThursday's ad isn't the first time a Clinton has appeared in a Mitt Romney television advertisement. The Republican presidential nominee has released two spots featuring Hillary Clinton from her 2008 Democratic primary battle with the then-Illinois ...
FACT CHECK: Romney ad takes Clinton quote out of contextA new Romney ad would have viewers believe that former President Bill Clinton was commenting on President Obama's handling of the economy when he said, "Give me a break.
Romney campaign: Biggest user of Facebook's mobile ad platformIn the last 60 days, the Romney campaign has become the biggest user of Facebook's experimental mobile advertising platforms and report click-through rates of about 10 percent, an engagement rate far higher than normal Web based ads, Moffatt said.
Romney tones down criticism over diplomatic crisisFAIRFAX, Va. - Facing criticism, Republican White House nominee Mitt Romney on Thursday muted his barbed attacks against President Barack Obama's handling of a diplomatic crisis and tried to focus the campaign back on the economy.