Marching onto the campaign trail for the first time this year, President Barack Obama cast Democrats’ success in this year’s midterm elections as a chance to further the policies he’s fought for in the White House.
President Barack Obama says Democrats this year are fighting to ensure that opportunity in America is not limited to the elite few, but to everybody.
President will attend rally for Maryland gubernatorial candidate Anthony Brown and he is scheduled to be in Chicago to attend an event for Gov. Pat Quinn.
Democratic activists are showing up at Rick Scott events holding portable fans, though Scott now insists he never refused to share the stage with Charlie Crist because of objections to the fan under Crist’s podium.
Political differences between Democrats and Republicans are increasingly moving to polar opposites, with their political biases spreading into their social lives more dramatically than race or religious differences.
As she explores another presidential campaign, Hillary Rodham Clinton often says anyone who seeks the White House needs a compelling message and an agenda for the country.
The President made his economic pitch to young entrepreneurs in Southern California.
States with photo ID laws saw drops in turnout, especially among black and younger voters, says GAO report.
Former President Bill Clinton returned to his old haunts of northwestern Arkansas on Tuesday and implored college students to support Democrats at risk of losing what’s left of the political power they have held since Reconstruction.
President Barack Obama opened a weeklong fundraising spree for his party Tuesday, telling high-dollar donors in New York and Connecticut that Democrats have facts and history on their side.