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The Washington Times' political blog.
President Obama's top campaign adviser on Thursday accused Republican challenger Mitt Romney of being dishonest during the first presidential debate, and also downplayed assertions by many observers and liberal pundits that the GOP nominee won the first matchup between the candidates.
American Crossroads spent $11 million on anti-Obama ads Tuesday, the largest one-day expenditure by a super PAC since the unlimited-money groups were created in 2010, records showed Thursday.
Democratic House candidate Patrick Murphy of Florida hit back at opponent Rep. Allen West with a new ad challenging the incumbent's military record, accusing the Republican of criminal activity in an incident regarding an Iraqi prisoner.
Most polls are showing President Obama ahead by just a few points, but he might have a landslide victory brewing according to one very unscientific poll.
Despite the smattering of support he's gathered in the last week, Rep. Todd Akin still lagged 6 points behind Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill in two polls released Wednesday.
Democratic Rep. Tammy Baldwin still holds a lead in Wisconsin's U.S. Senate race but her advantage has shrunk over former Republican Gov. Tommy Thompson, according to a poll released Wednesday.
An airline says it will help voters distraught over backing the losing candidate in next month's presidential contest flee the country — for free.
While recent polls show that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney may be losing ground in some battleground states, Americans still trust him more than President Obama to rebuild the nation's economy, according to a poll released Wednesday.
Ahead of Wednesday night's presidential debate between President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney, new polls show the national race between the two men tightening slightly and Mr. Romney chipping away at Mr. Obama's leads in Florida and Virginia, while the president still maintains a significant lead in Ohio.
Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan sent out a fundraising plea to supporters Tuesday saying that donating to the Romney campaign will help ensure that Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., whose Justice Department oversaw the botched "Fast and Furious" gunwalking operation, will be kicked out of office.
An environmentalist group is joining the presidential fray with $1 million in television ads opposing Mitt Romney, disclosures showed Tuesday.
Republicans are pouncing on a comment Vice President Joe Biden made Tuesday that the middle class has been "buried" for the last four years, casting it as an admission that average Americans have suffered under Obama administration policies.
Conservatives hungry for post-debate analysis will find plenty of it at CPAC Colorado, the American Conservative Union's all-day conference slated for Thursday in Denver.
Democrat Tim Kaine's campaign announced Tuesday that it has bought $3 million more in ads for the fall stretch run in the neck-and-neck U.S. Senate race in Virginia, bringing the campaign's total ad buys to $7.5 million through Election Day.
Focus on the Family's public policy group is mailing out ads on behalf of Rep. W. Todd Akin, adding to the roster of conservative organizations helping out the Republican Senate hopeful as he struggles to make up lost ground against Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill.
By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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