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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.
Former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu, a co-chairman of Mitt Romney's presidential campaign, on Tuesday dismissed a new poll showing President Obama up by 15 points in the Granite State as "a piece of garbage" and predicted Mr. Romney ultimately would win the state by 2 to 3 points.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell on Tuesday downplayed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's recent statement that if elected president, he would not deport illegal immigrants granted special visa status under a program initiated by President Obama and said the election is still likely to hinge on the economy.
President Obama leads Mitt Romney 49 percent to 45 percent among likely voters nationwide, riding a significant advantage among female voters, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday.
Almost half of Americans who are aware of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's comments criticizing 47 percent of voters as "dependent upon government" say the issue received too much news coverage, according to a survey released Monday.
Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson's once smooth ride toward a third term has hit a snag, says a new poll, which shows the Florida lawmaker locked in a dead heat with Republican challenger Rep. Connie Mack.
Republican Wisconsin Senate candidate Gov. Tommy Thompson is counting on one of the nation's most visible GOP governors for support in his race for the U.S. Senate.
Lockheed Martin is backing down from threats to issue employee layoff notices days before the November election based on new guidance from the Obama administration and the Pentagon.
More than half of Americans think the middle class would benefit more from a second term for President Obama than the election of Republican challenger Mitt Romney, according to a poll released Monday.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has handed President Obama an endorsement he is not likely to tout on the campaign trail, telling state television that "I hope this doesn't harm Obama, but if I was from the United States, I'd vote for Obama."
Sen. John McCain on Monday blasted the Obama administration's foreign policy and recent handling of the attacks in Libya, saying that conditions are "unraveling" throughout the Middle East
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