A federal judge in Sacramento has rejected a challenge by so-called “birthers” seeking to halt the counting of Electoral College votes for President Barack Obama.
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.
Could the United States see a President Mitt Romney and Vice President Joe Biden following November’s presidential election? It’s not as crazy as it seems.
One of the Republican appointees to the Electoral College abruptly resigned from her post Thursday after publicly questioning whether she would support the party’s presidential ticket when casting official votes after the November election.
At least three Republican electors say they may not support their party’s presidential ticket when the Electoral College meets in December to formally elect the next president, escalating tensions within the GOP and adding a fresh layer of intrigue to the final weeks of the White House race.
Paul Ryan has changed the Electoral College math. With the pick, Romney has chosen a path that writes off almost all of the country and focuses the election on the industrial Midwest.