Complaining about being significantly out-raised and outspent by his Republican challenger, President Obama told supporters Friday it's high time to pony up some cash to help him compete in the final stretch of the election.
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Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson holds a 7-percentage point lead over GOP challenger Rep. Connie Mack in Florida's U.S. Senate race, a new poll shows.
GOP vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan said Friday that he welcomes the escalating fight over Medicare, arguing that President Obama is bent on siphoning hundreds of billions of dollars from the retiree health program to help cover the cost of his controversial health care law.
The Republican National Committee raised $37.7 million last month — the best July in the committee's history, the RNC announced Friday.
A new poll conducted after presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's announcement of Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate has Mr. Romney trailing President Obama by just four points in Mr. Ryan's home state, which Mr. Obama won by 14 points in 2008.
Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan has infused his ticket-mate Mr. Romney with more than just some much-needed energy on the campaign trail.
Mitt Romney addressed the seemingly never-ending issue of his tax returns Thursday, saying that for the past 10 years, he never paid less than 13 percent of his income in taxes. The response from many Democrats? We'll believe it when we see it.
Tuesday was the second highest-spending day ever for the independent groups known as super PACs, disclosures showed late Wednesday.
Sen. John McCain's advice to President Obama to ditch Vice President Joe Biden in favor of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the ticket is not going over very well in the White House.
President Obama is using all the White House weapons at his disposal to woo voters in critical swing states in the campaign's final stretch, announcing a $30 million investment aimed at creating a manufacturing hub in Ohio to help boost technology and create jobs in a three-state region.
Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, Missouri Democrat and chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, downplayed Vice President Joseph R. Biden's remarks earlier this week that Republicans wanted to "put y'all back in chains" at a campaign stop in Virginia, saying he made "absolutely nothing" of the comments.
Former Alabama Rep. Artur Davis — who seconded President Obama's nomination at the 2008 Democratic National Convention — has been given a prime speaking slot at this year's Republican National Convention, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus announced Thursday.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney did not receive an immediate bounce in his poll numbers following the Saturday announcement of Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate, Gallup said Wednesday.
Former Rep. Artur Davis, a four-term Democratic congressman from Alabama who recently defected to the Republican Party, will campaign for Mitt Romney in the critical swing state of Virginia on Wednesday.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden's incendiary comment to a largely black audience Tuesday about Republican Mitt Romney wanting to put voters "back in chains" isn't the first time he has used slavery imagery in a political appeal.