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, [...]
A panel of experts on the Latino demographic said Wednesday the Hispanic vote is extremely important to achieve political success and will be for many years. “Here we are today with the Presidential Election arguably too close to call, and can there be any doubt that the Latino vote holds the key to the white [...]
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President Obama embraced the Republican term for his healthcare law, Obamacare, taking the nickname instead to indicate that the president pushed forward the legislation because of the fact he cares about the health of Americans. “I think we need to keep moving forward with the new healthcare law. It is cutting costs, it is covering [...]
During a campaign rally in Norfolk, Virginia Tuesday President Obama recapped the Republican National Convention by accusing Mitt Romney and other Republicans for refusing to share the details of their economic plans in order to keep the public from discovering their plans would hurt the middle class and benefit the wealthy. Instead, Obama accused Governor [...]
In his last stump speech before the Democratic National Convention, President Obama accused Republican nominee Mitt Romney of refusing to offer specfic policy ideas in order to avoid public scrutiny.
President Obama and his opponent, Republican nominee Mitt Romney, are tied in the state of North Carolina, according to a new poll released by Public Policy Polling.