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Mitt Romney is expected to announce at 9am ET that he has chosen Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate.
White House hopeful Mitt Romney is not consulting President Barack Obama over his decision on a running mate, but the Democrat's campaign offered unsolicited advice on Wednesday about who to choose: Michele Bachmann or Newt Gingrich...
The AARP surveyed Americans aged 50-64 who are still working, and found that they share younger voters' worries about the U.S. economy ahead of the Nov. 6 election, but their economic concerns extend well beyond jobs.
The Obama campaign is offering donors who give at least $3 the chance to enter a lottery to attend the “Obama Classic,” a night of basketball with some of the sport’s greats, including the player many consider its greatest, Michael Jordan.
A new study by the University of Minnesota shows broad disagreement among news outlets over which states are swing states - those considered neither firmly Democratic nor Republican – in the Nov. 6 election.
President Barack Obama's campaign on Thursday released a new television advertisement hitting Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney for paying what it considers to be a low tax rate in 2010 and for pushing a tax plan that could most benefit wealthy Americans.
A crowd of more than 2,000 people sang “Happy Birthday” to Obama during a campaign stop in Orlando, prompting Obama to joke that he ought to have brought a cake so that he could blow out the candles and make an electoral wish. “Winning Florida wouldn’t be a bad birthday present,” Obama said.
President Obama will deliver remarks in Mansfield, Ohio, at 11:40 a.m. ET.
A new national television advertisement released by President Obama's campaign on Friday that will air during the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games features the Democratic incumbent delivering an impassioned stump speech in which he ties national prosperity to the success of the middle class.
Republicans took his remarks about Americans who build businesses out of context, Obama claims in a new ad.
Mitt Romney will deliver remarks to the Veterans of Foreign War convention at 2pm ET from Reno, Nevada.
Scott Brown, locked in a tight race to hold onto his Senate seat from Massachusetts, has become the second Republican in the current election cycle to channel Langston Hughes, the African-American social activist poet with Communist sympathies who is also regarded as a literary hero by many in the gay community.
President Obama will address the Veterans of Foreign Wars convention in Reno at 3:35pm ET.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted said that a federal lawsuit filed against him by President Obama's campaign and other Democrats is "misguided" and will lead to "confusion and the undermining of confidence in the election system."
Scott Brown, in a close race to hang on to his Senate seat in Massachusetts, is mounting a new fundraising drive using donations to rival Elizabeth Warren’s campaign by a bevy of Hollywood talent as catnip for potential donors.
Washington number crunchers are finally getting some respect. With the economy the top issue in the Nov. 6 elections, Romney's short list of possible picks features two of Congress's most wonkish guys.
Maine's Republican governor ignited a fresh firestorm when, for the second time in a week, he compared the Internal Revenue Service to the Gestapo, Nazi Germany's murderous secret police.
The race for the Senate seat from Massachusetts is shaping up as one of the marquee Congressional contests of the year, and likely the most expensive as both candidates keep up a frenetic fundraising pace.
Mitt Romney has a message for what Americans do to help a section of Colorado hit hard by recent wildfires: come to the state on vacation to help out the local economy.
Hoping to echo the Democratic Party's successful use of volunteer armies, Republicans are mounting their first "Super Saturday" of the 2012 campaign. On July 7, the party says it will dispatch an army of volunteers to knock on doors and make telephone calls to voters in 12 swing states.