Obama 2008 coalition weakening with dwindling youth vote

Much ado is made about various voting factions but in 2008, undoubtedly the "youth vote" was the most sought after group for Barack Obama....

Obama wins nomination speech ratings war

This can either be good or bad for the President depending on what viewers were expecting to hear when they tuned in. On the...

Unemployment rises to 8.2% keeping economy in the forefront

As if the economy could become a back-burner issue, it certainly won't be with unemployment data showing the number ticking up to 8.2% according...

Latest CBS/NYT poll shows statistical tie among registered voters

The latest CBS News/New York Times poll of registered voters shows Romney leading President Obama by 1 percentage point which is within the margin...

Platforms diverge on the topic of same-sex marriage

Given the context of North Carolina's recent vote to uphold traditional marriage in the state, the Republican and Democratic conventions are slowly building their...

Conflicting opinions regarding Romney’s tenure at Bain Capital

Since the Obama campaigned opened a line of attack in the past few weeks over Mitt Romney's departure time from Bain Capital, the private...

Rep. Chris Van Hollen tapped to play Paul Ryan for VP debate prep

Maryland Representative Chris Van Hollen has been tapped to play Paul Ryan in Vice President Joe Biden's debate prep for his upcoming battle on...

Video: The “You Didn’t Build That” ad war heats up

Following President Obama's recent comments regarding how he believes successful businesses are created and maintained, the Romney campaign seized on the President's statement when...

Electoral College map shows Romney leading latest pols

Granted it is still early in the Summer, however, we're over the July 4th hump so it's onward toward August when more and more...

Ryan, Biden prepping for Thursday’s VP debate

After the debut of the first Obama/Romney debate, it is now time for the number 2 slot to have a day in the spotlight....

Federal Reserve quietly begins QE3 amid MidEast turmoil

As a little jolt to the stock market, the Federal Reserve today announced another round of quantitative easing (printing money) in an effort to...

Is the 2012 election more like 1980 or 2004?

An interesting blog post popped up yesterday in my Google News 2012 Election feed worth sharing for a few reasons. As the title states,...

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