Election 2012

Latino, Asian and black voters who voted overwhelmingly for Barack Obama in 2012 are expected to become the majority of the country's population by 2050. (Photo credit should read JOE KLAMAR/AFP/Getty Images)

Study: Minority Groups Who Voted 80 Percent Obama To Become Majority

Hispanic, black and Asian Americans – groups that gave 80 percent of their votes to President Obama in 2012 – are on track to become the majority of the nation’s population by 2050.


President Obama Discusses Economy At Florida Campaign Event

Slim Popular Vote Leans Obama, Numbers Lag Behind 2008 Win

President Barack Obama secured his re-election to another four years in office as the Electoral and popular votes trickled in early Wednesday morning. But his margin of victory in both the Electoral College and popular vote is much slimmer in comparison to his win in 2008.


File photo of voting booths. (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)

Obama, Romney Draw On Different Bases In Va.

President Barack Obama fared well among Virginians who want a president who cares about people like them while Republican challenger Mitt Romney was favored by voters wanting a strong leader and one who shares their values.


File photo of President Barack Obama. (Photo by JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Huge Margin For Obama Expected In D.C.

President Barack Obama was expected to receive the largest margin of his re-election bid in the city he’s called home for the past four years.


Dunbar High School on November 6, 2012 in Washington, DC. (Credit: Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)

Turnout Appears High In Many Parts Of The U.S.

Turnout appears to be high in many parts of the country, with long waits at some polling places as voters deliver their Election Day verdict.


File photo of vice president Joe Biden. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Biden Ends Campaign Blitz In Va.

Appearing at the final rally of the 2012 campaign, Vice President Joe Biden said Monday that the nation was hungry for bipartisan solutions, such as those demonstrated by governors and mayors of both parties during Superstorm Sandy.


File photo of people at a campaign rally. (Photo by EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

Obama, Romney Make Last-Minute Pleas In Close Race

President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney made last-minute pleas for votes Monday, employing their last vestiges of energy, celebrity boosters and plenty of jet fuel to encourage every supporter and the few remaining undecideds to tip the 2012 election in their favor.


File photo of President Barack Obama at a campaign rally. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Dash To The Finish – Obama’s Busy End To His Campaign

Illinois. New Hampshire. Virginia. Ohio. President Barack Obama has made his final days on the campaign trail into a sprint, hopscotching through seven states in one weekend – with multiple stops made in battleground Ohio – to cover as much ground as possible before Tuesday’s election.


File photo of New Jersey governor Chris Christie. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

NJ Gov. Praises Obama But Will Vote For Romney

New Jersey’s Republican Gov. Chris Christie says President Barack Obama deserves praise for helping his state recover from Superstorm Sandy but he is still going to vote for Mitt Romney.


Days after House Republicans unveiled a roadmap for an overhaul of the nation's broken immigration system, one of its backers said legislation is unlikely to pass during this election year. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Ryan: Obama Appealing To ‘Lowest Fears’

Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is pitching the GOP ticket as one focused on serious solutions in the face of opponents “appealing to our lowest fears.”