New Romney Campaign Ad Slams Obama For Never Visiting IsraelA new political ad posted to Mitt Romney's official campaign YouTube channel asserts that President Barack Obama has not visited Israel once during his time in office. The president last visited Israel during his 2008 campaign, the Associated Press additionally reported.
Obama, Romney Look For Advantage In Jobs NumbersPresident Barack Obama is bracing for another potential dose of lackluster economic news while Republican challenger Mitt Romney readies to take advantage of any weakness in the monthly jobs report.
Obama, Romney Push Economic Themes In Key States President Barack Obama is launching a tough new tax-equality pitch in a TV ad asserting that Republican rival Mitt Romney's economic proposals would mean cuts for the wealthiest Americans and higher bills for everyone else. Romney hit back with a new spot timed to Obama's appearance Thursday in Florida and calling the president a "disappointment" for a statewide economic picture that has not improved under his watch.
Obama Pitches Tax Cuts As Pocketbook IssueDueling with Republicans on taxes, President Barack Obama is urging the House to pass a tax cut for households earning less than $250,000 a year and drawing a bright line with rival Mitt Romney on a pocketbook issue for voters.
Obama And Romney Compete For Jewish Voters On a trip to Israel, Mitt Romney is trying to win over a tiny sliver of a small — but powerful — section of the American electorate. President Barack Obama is doing the same at home.
Presidential Campaigns Now Accented In Spanish The race to the White House is now available in Spanish, and it's no surprise. With Latinos projected to be nearly a third of the U.S. population by 2050 and already making up a crucial voting bloc in battleground states from Florida to Nevada, the campaigns of Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama have gained a Spanish accent.
Romney Proposed 'Foolproof' Death Penalty In Mass. As Massachusetts governor, Republican Mitt Romney set himself a daunting challenge: craft a death penalty law that virtually guaranteed only the guilty could be executed, then push it through an overwhelmingly Democratic state Legislature that was leery of capital punishment.
Romney's Wife Says Woman Being Eyed For Ticket Mitt Romney's wife says her husband is thinking about picking a woman to be on his ticket this fall.
No One-Size-Fits-All Approach To Wooing Hispanics The reasons that Hispanics give for choosing between Obama and Romney are just as diverse as the countries that they or their ancestors once called home, suggesting there's no one-size-fits-all approach to courting the nation's fastest-growing minority group.
Campaigns Buy Into 'Swag Factor' As Volunteer Push Think of them as frequent flier programs for political action. Instead of a free flight, the reward for loyalty to a campaign can be as simple as a T-shirt or a pin — and as special as preferential seating at a rally when the candidate swoops into town.
Romney: Obama Denying Middle Class A 'Fair Shot' Mitt Romney launched the next phase of his presidential campaign Friday, kicking off a six-state, small-town bus tour and telling middle-class Americans that President Barack Obama hasn't given them "a fair shot."
Michelle Obama Rallies Supporters In Northern VirginiaWith Virginia being predicted to be a huge swing state in this year's election, First Lady Michelle Obama is making a campaign stop in Dale City today.
Romney Plans To Use Federal Blind Trust If Elected A week after Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney disclosed a fortune worth as much as $250 million, his campaign said Wednesday that he plans to put his holdings in a federal blind trust if he is elected president.
Romney Promises To Maintain US Military Power Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, on the brink of clinching the Republican nomination, promised Monday to maintain an American military "with no comparable power anywhere in the world."
George W. Bush Offers Tepid Endorsement Of Romney George W. Bush is backing presumptive Republican White House nominee Mitt Romney.