Boca Raton, Fla. — President Obama and Mitt Romney each spent the weekend gearing up for their third and final debate against each other, which takes place Monday evening in Boca Raton, Fla. Members of the media prepare to cover the final presidential debate from the filing center on the campus of Lynn University in [...]
Obama supporters with military backgrounds told reporters Monday that this evening’s televised foreign policy debate between the two Presidential candidates highlights what they describe as Mitt Romney’s shaky grasp on world affairs. “It’s a little difficult … to pin down Governor Romney positions on key national security issues in part because he hasn’t’ laid out [...]
The Obama campaign released a new television ad Monday highlighting the President’s plan to wind down military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, hours before Obama and Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney are set to face-off on foreign policy in their final televised debate. “President Obama ended the Iraq war. Mitt Romney would have left 30,000 [...]
The latest Quinnipiac poll shows Obama leading Romney 50 to 45 percent, down from his 10 percent lead charted on September 26th.
Restore Our Future, a super PAC created to support Mitt Romney’s candidacy for president, on Wednesday unveiled a new TV ad set to air in homes across Wisconsin.
In the lead up to Thursday evening’s Vice Presidential debate, the Obama campaign is attempting to paint Republican Vice Presidential candidate as a consistent liar.
Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney appears to have received a significant bounce following last week’s Presidential debate in Denver, Colorado.
Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney criticized September’s relatively strong jobs report Friday, saying that the .3 decrease in unemployment and 114,000 new jobs doesn’t represent “real recovery.”
President Obama today trotted out a series of attack lines against Mitt Romney that likely caused supporters to ask, “where were those last night?”
Speaking to reporters in the spin room following Wednesday evening’s Presidential debate, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fl.) described President Obama’s debate performance as “painful” to watch. <iframe width=”100%” height=”166″ scrolling=”no” frameborder=”no” src=”http://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F62147428&show_artwork=true”></iframe>