Romney: US Should 'Close Down The Border' To Nations Spreading EbolaCampaigning for GOP Senate nominee Scott Brown in New Hampshire, former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney criticized the man who beat him in the 2012 election.
Little Has Changed in GOP Outreach to Minority, Female VotersThe Republican Party's image has changed little in the year since GOP Chairman Reince Priebus published his prescription for broadening the party's appeal despite its investment in outreach to the racial minorities, women and gay voters who backed Democrats decisively in 2012.
Anne Arundel Among U.S. Counties With Closest Voting Margins in 2012 ElectionAnne Arundel County was among the ten districts in the nation that had the smallest margins of victory between presidential candidates President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in the November election.
Gallup: Obama Approval Rating Among Hispanics At 70 Percent, Expected To RisePresident Obama’s approval rating among Hispanics stands at 70 percent – up 12 points since August.
VP Poll: Biden Unfavorable, Ryan Lagging Behind 2008 PalinPublic opinion of Joe Biden is unfavorable, while Paul Ryan is still lagging behind the favorable opinion of Sarah Palin before the 2008 debates.
Controversial Artist Creates New Obama AttackJon McNaughton released yet another painting about President Obama.
Wide Divide In States' Voting PreparednessNearly four months before the 2012 national elections, a study on U.S. voting preparedness has found that some states are far more ready than others.
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