UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon Wednesday congratulated President Barack Obama on his reelection, and said he looked forward to keep working with the US administration on pressing issues like the ongoing violence in Syria, the stalled Middle East peace process and global warming. In a statement from his spokesperson Wednesday, Ban said he continued [...]
Romney’s concessionary remarks ran a mere five minutes and displayed few of the thematic arcs typical in his campaign speeches from the past year.
2:15 AM — Wrapping Up From Boston [soundcloud url="http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/66461325" iframe="true" /] 2:00 AM — Democratic Rep. John Tierney Staves Off GOP Challenger Tisei A fierce Congressional battle for District 6 on Massachusetts’ North Shore came to an early morning close with incumbent Democrat John Tierney raking in 48.3% over Richard Tisei’s 47.3%, in an [...]
UPDATE: The Associated Press called the state for Obama around 12:30 a.m. eastern. The president led Romney by roughly 50,000 votes with 98 percent of the vote counted. – End Update – Photos/Geoff Holtzman ARLINGTON, Va. — I’m spending part of the day today in Northern Virginia, an area that could determine the outcome of [...]
MANCHESTER, NH — Last November Mitt Romney held a rally in the quaint town of Peterborough, New Hampshire. Inside a historic town hall building, a capacity crowd of 200 was entertained by a playlist of Frank Sinatra numbers, as cinematic lighting cast the event in a genteel glow that emphasized the New England vibe of [...]
15,000 greet Obama and Clinton on streets of state capital.
In order for President Obama to win tomorrow, he’ll likely have had to convince voters that America’s current path is the right one to continue charting. In Madison, Wisconsin today, Obama told supporters that he’s going to keep pursuing an economic agenda that aims to best serve the middle class. “The folks at the very [...]
NEWINGTON, N.H. — Mitt Romney kicked off his third-to-last day on the campaign trail by turning the President’s words against him, after Obama stated off-the-cuff that “voting is the best revenge.”
“I’ve been in hundreds of debates and I have never, frankly, conducted myself that way,” McCain said to reporters. (Photo/Luke Vargas)