Support for leaving the EU surged in Britain after Obama endorsed the EU.
Step in the right direction: Obama endorses plan to give people a day off on election day, making it easier to vote
Americans who do not turn out to vote on the voting day do have their excuse at the moment. They can easily reason being at work for not being able to vote for their favored candidate. Election day is not a holiday in the United States at the moment. Show More Summary
Today's biggest stories: President Obama endorsed the idea of making Election Day a holiday in an interview with an intrepid Rutgers student. George Zimmerman is attempting (but so far failing) to auction the gun that he used to shoot...Show More Summary
President Obama would like to change the way -- or the day -- Americans vote. The post Obama Endorses Holding Elections On Weekends Or National Holidays appeared first on ThinkProgress.
An enterprising Rutgers student who was at the White House as part of a college journalism program asked President Obama if he would do a one-on-one interview with the Rutgers student newspaper, and Obama said yes, and it happened, and...Show More Summary
President Obama just joined the debate over the FCC’s effort to promote competition in cable and satellite set top boxes — siding with the agency, electronics makers, and consumer advocates while opposing Hollywood, cable, and phone providers. He endorsed the FCC’s plan to develop rules empowering independent manufacturers to offer alternatives. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama has officially endorsed Democratic U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth for Senate, saying "few people fight as passionately for our veterans." Obama says in a statement Wednesday that he asked Duckworth to serve in his Veterans Affairs department and that she "served with purpose and...
Leading Off: ? PA-Sen: A presidential endorsement is a terrible thing to waste, so it's no surprise that Katie McGinty is already out with a TV spot highlighting Barack Obama's support for her campaign. The commercial starts with the narrator reading some nice quotes from Obama about McGinty, before touting her biography. Show More Summary
Remember when we all liked Debbie Wasserman Schultz? She was so sassy, such a spitfire, hadn’t tried to fuck Elizabeth Warren’s consumer protection agency even once! Well, those days are looooong gone. Except in the White House, apparently, where Barack Obama has endorsed her over her primary challenger, Tim Canova. Let’s meet Tim Canova! And
President Barack Obama on Monday threw his support behind Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), who is facing a progressive competitor in her first primary challenge for the seat. "Debbie has been a strong, progressive leader in Congress...Show More Summary
Ted Cruz woke up to the news that there had been a bombing that killed so many white people. “YES!” said Ted Cruz, pumping his fist like he saw people do in movies and because he’s a dork. “THIS IS MY LUCKY DAY!” Now people would finally understand that there was only one Republican hard-assed
Leading Off: ? IL State House: As president, Barack Obama has rarely, if ever, picked sides in a state legislative primary or called for unseating a Democratic incumbent. But on Monday, Obama endorsed Juliana Stratton, who is challenging Illinois state Rep. Show More Summary
As president, Barack Obama has rarely, if ever, picked sides in a state legislative primary or called for unseating a Democratic incumbent. But on Monday, Obama endorsed Juliana Stratton, who is challenging state Rep. Ken Dunkin in the...Show More Summary
News alert: Obama backs challenger in Democratic primary for state rep. That's news, all right, but not because America has been waiting eagerly for the president to pick a horse in the Illinois 5th House District. When was the last time the president of the United States endorsed a candidate in...
Stratton is running against a Rauner-funded Republican incumbent accused of buying early votes. [ more › ]
Leading Off: ? FL-Sen: We've spoken often about how Rep. Patrick Murphy has locked up the support of the Democratic establishment in his bid for the Senate, but this takes it to a completely different level: On Wednesday, Murphy earned...Show More Summary
Both Democratic presidential candidates have already backed the policy.
Obama endorses the Clinton theory.
Presumably, we are just days away from a Michelle Obama endorsment of Marco Rubio. In 2013, the First Lady put her weight behind a national hydration campaign: The First Lady wants you to drink more water. On a call announcing Michelle...Show More Summary