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Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Saturday urged the White House and state leaders in the Northeast dealing with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts to "stop declaring victory, stop giving speeches" and focus on helping victims of the storm.
Mitt Romney urged voters Saturday to be lovers, not haters.
In his final weekly address before the election, President Obama used the bully pulpit Saturday to project an image of an executive responding to a natural disaster, commanding government agencies "not to let red tape and bureaucracy get in the way of solving problems" when it comes to restoring power following Hurricane Sandy's devastation of the Mid-Atlantic last week.
The task of the GOP weekly address fell to Mitt Romney Saturday, who used it to make a final case for himself before Tuesday's election, asking people as they step into the voting booth to consider both "the day we'll know whether we made the right choice" and the previous four years before casting their ballots.
One gauge of Mitt Romney's mojo is that the Republican presidential candidate is now popping up in television ads for tight Senate races.
President Obama is so excited about the final days of his final campaign that he feels it in his "loins," a senior adviser said Friday.
Five days before the election, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has ruled out trying to work with Mitt Romney should he win next week.
The Tunisian government has granted American authorities in-person access to a suspect in the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, according to two Republican senators.
The final Howey/DePauw Indiana Battleground poll shows Democratic Rep. Joe Donnelly ahead by 11 points over his opponent, GOP state Treasurer Richard Mourdock, in the state's open Senate seat — a strong indication that Republicans could squander a chance to hold onto a seat once expected to be safely in their column.
A bishop in Peoria, Ill., has ordered priests to read a letter to parishioners stating that pro-choice Catholic politicians "reject Jesus as their Lord," becoming the latest Catholic leader to offer election guidance in recent weeks.
The press overwhelmingly bought into the Obama administration's version of events on the attack at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, according to a new study Friday by the Center for Media and Public Affairs, which tracks news reports.
Republican vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan drew laughs at a rally here Thursday by poking fun at President Obama's idea to add a cabinet post called the "Secretary of Business."
Donald Trump criticized President Obama on Thursday for not agreeing to release his college records and passport application in return for a $5-million donation to a charity of the president's choice.
The battle for Iowa is neck and neck between President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney, according to a poll released Thursday.
President Obama is ahead by 6 points in Iowa, 50 percent to 44 percent, while he holds inside-the-margin leads of 2 and 3 points in New Hampshire and Wisconsin, respectively, according to a trio of new NBC/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls.
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