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Campaigns target working class, female voters

Campaigns target working class, female voters

Republican candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are making hard sells to working-class and female voters while raising the volume on their criticism to fire up the party base…

Romney ad: Obama ‘gutting welfare reform’

Romney ad: Obama ‘gutting welfare reform’

Mitt Romney has released a new television ad accusing President Barack Obama of “gutting welfare reform.” The Republican presidential contender says Obama simply wants to pass out checks without the…

Obama: Opponent’s tax plan is ‘Romney Hood’

Obama: Opponent’s tax plan is ‘Romney Hood’

President Barack Obama is labeling opponent Mitt Romney‘s tax plan as “Romney Hood,” saying it takes from the poor and gives to the rich. Speaking Monday night at a campaign…

Tea Party zeros in on GOP Senate primaries

Tea Party zeros in on GOP Senate primaries

Sarah Palin is mounting an aggressive campaign in Missouri — in television and radio ads, in automated telephone calls, even serving barbecued pork sandwiches at a rural political picnic. She’s…

Republicans on Harry Reid: ‘He’s a dirty liar’

Republicans on Harry Reid: ‘He’s a dirty liar’

Top Republicans on Sunday accused Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid of lying by passing along an anonymous claim that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney hasn’t paid taxes for 10 years.…

Cruz’s victory increases chances of no-compromise government gridlock

Cruz’s victory increases chances of no-compromise government gridlock

The easy victory of Houston lawyer Ted Cruz in the Republican U.S. Senate runoff in Texas shows the tea party movement remains a potent force in American politics. It also…

Obama, Romney carpet bomb key states with economic propaganda

Obama, Romney carpet bomb key states with economic propaganda

Pressing their economic arguments, President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney are campaigning in three of the most tightly contested states, looking to build enthusiasm with a public otherwise preoccupied…

A Democrat pitching tax cuts? Yep, that’s Obama’s message

A Democrat pitching tax cuts?  Yep, that’s Obama’s message

Dueling 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…

Third party candidates: Obama’s best friends?

Third party candidates: Obama’s best friends?

Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party and Virgil Goode of the Constitution Party are on quixotic runs for the presidency. While they are long shots, they conceivably stand a chance…

Can Romney re-introduce himself to skeptical voters?

Can Romney re-introduce himself to skeptical voters?

  Mitt Romney has been on the national political stage for nearly a decade — through two presidential bids, countless campaign events and millions spent on TV ads. But the…