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Election Day: If you don’t vote, you don’t matter

Election Day: If you don’t vote, you don’t matter

An Election Day video and message from the staff of Capitol Hill Blue. As far as we’re concerned, it doesn’t mater if you are a Democrat. It doesn’t matter if…

Secret Service agent assigned to Obama kills himself over affair

Secret Service agent assigned to Obama kills himself over affair

A Secret Service agent assigned to protect President Barack Obama and under investigation for an affair with a foreign national killed himself, sources within the Washington DC Metropolitan Police Department…

Romney backs off harsh rhetoric, preaches post-Sandy unity

Romney backs off harsh rhetoric, preaches post-Sandy unity

Switching gears in a Presidential campaign noted for its rancor and unrelenting attacks from both sides, Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney Wednesday toned down he rhetoric and preached unity at…

Former FEMA director: Obama moved too quickly in Superstorm Sandy crisis

Former FEMA director: Obama moved too quickly in Superstorm Sandy crisis

Former Federal Emergency Management Agency director Michael Brown — who lost his job for sitting on his butt in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina — says President Barack Obama is…

Obama holds on to Ohio lead in latest polls

Obama holds on to Ohio lead in latest polls

With most polls showing President Barack Obama’s lead over challenger Mitt Romney holding at around 5 points in the all-important swing state of Ohio, Democratic political strategists are breathing a…

Can Bill Clinton save Barack Obama’s butt?

Can Bill Clinton save Barack Obama’s butt?

With President Barack Obama sidelined — for the time being — by duties dealing with the Superstorm Sandy crisis, his campaign is turning to former President Bill Clinton to fill…

Superstorm Sandy shuts down the federal government in Washington

Superstorm Sandy shuts down the federal government in Washington

The federal government is shut down in Washington today, something that some might view as a positive from Superstorm Sandy — and she is now called — and the devastation…

Sandy becomes Campaign 2012’s October surprise

Sandy becomes Campaign 2012’s October surprise

A new swing voter named Sandy may impact the 2012 Presidential election more than anything or anyone else as the candidates go into the final week. Sandy, of course, is…

It’s neck and neck as Campaign 2012 begins final full week

It’s neck and neck as Campaign 2012 begins final full week

With polls seesawing back and forth and voter attitudes swinging wildly, the 2012 Presidential race heads into its final full week with both candidates scrambling across swing states in a…

Racism on the rise among Americans, even though some don’t realize it

Racism on the rise among Americans, even though some don’t realize it

A standard mantra from those who want President Barack Obama out of office states that the reasons are policy-driven, not racially-motivated. But a new Associated Press polls suggests racism is…