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The United Auto Workers gave $1 million to President Obama's super PAC and another million to super PACs working to elect Congressional Democrats last month, filings showed Monday. And the union received more than $5 million from its Detroit affiliate, meaning it has millions more left to spend before election day.
A Republican polling firm has GOP Rep. Todd Akin up by four points over Democratic incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill in their hard-fought Missouri Senate race.
Former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani said Monday that Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's purported shifts in his positions on a host of subjects is no longer an issue for him and that Mr. Romney, a "practical businessperson," would not be an "extreme ideologue" if elected president.
Two leading Republican lawmakers on Sunday ripped the Obama administration's handling of the aftermath of last month's attacks in Libya, accusing the White House of putting politics ahead of the safety of American diplomats.
Obama campaign adviser Robert Gibbs on Sunday defended the White House and its handling of the Sept. 11 attack in Libya, dismissing critics of the president as "wingtip cowboys."
Vice President Joseph R. Biden's son on Sunday morning defended his father's recent debate performance and penchant for smiling and laughing while his opponent discussed serious issues.
Late-night satirist Stephen Colbert broke from character on Sunday morning and offered a serious assessment of the presidential campaign and opined on what President Obama may do in his second term and on which direction Republican challenger Mitt Romney would take the nation if elected.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney don't agree on much, but both candidates know how important the National Football League is in the heartland states of Wisconsin and Ohio — especially in November.
The Obama campaign announced Saturday that Bruce Springsteen will join former President Bill Clinton on the campaign trail in Ohio next week.
Wisconsin Senate candidate Tommy Thompson on Saturday praised Mitt Romney's debate performance last week and predicted that a Romney presidency would break the logjam of partisan gridlock in Washington.
The nation's Catholic bishops on Friday said Vice President Joseph R. Biden misled the country when he claimed Catholic hospitals won't have to pay for contraception nor refer women to other places to get it.
If Vice President Joseph R. Biden smiled too much during his debate Thursday night, the White House said the blame lies with Republican Rep. Paul Ryan and his position on the Obama administration's 2009 stimulus plan.
Voters who consider themselves to be investors prefer Mitt Romney over President Obama in the election, and were more likely to think the president will hurt the economy if he wins another term.
Republican George Allen holds a 3-point lead over Democrat Tim Kaine in the U.S. Senate race in Virginia, according to a new survey conducted for Mr. Allen's campaign by the firm of GOP pollster John McLaughlin — another signal that the recent bounce Republicans are enjoying has not yet faded.
Mitt Romney on Thursday elevated the Benghazi terrorist attack to the forefront of the presidential campaign, saying President Obama and his campaign are politicizing the issue rather than explaining why the administration botched the initial response.
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