In an exclusive interview with Watchdog.org, Viguerie wasn’t shy about calling out the “big-government wing of the Republican Party.”
Here are some of the top stories this year reported Watchdog.org, Virginia Bureau.
This story originally appeared at RedAlertPolitics.com It’s not news at this point that the Republican Party has a serious problem with winning over young Americans. President Barack Obama received 60 percent of the youth vote in Tuesday’s election according to the New York Times’ exit polling, while GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney attracted only 37 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Mitt Romney’s lead in certain areas of Ohio and New Hampshire mean that he could very well capture both states tomorrow, according to Suffolk University’s Political Research Center. In Ohio, a state that virtually everyone believes holds the main key to the race, Romney leads President Obama 47-43 in Lake County, which has accurately predicted [...]
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.”
Photo/Justin Duckham New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (I) endorsed President Obama today for a second term, despite the fact that Obama has “devoted little time and effort to developing and sustaining a coalition of centrists” thus far in office. In a column for his Bloomberg.com news website, the third-term Mayor cited Obama’s effort to [...]
Outside groups — PAC’s, Super PAC’s, unions and other non-profit organizations — have combined to spend nearly $950 million in the hopes of influencing this year’s presidential and congressional races, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. The figure, which could easily top $1 billion by the time voters head to the polls on Tuesday, [...]