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President Obama's advertising advantage is so pronounced that he is running more ads than not only Mitt Romney's campaign, but all of the outside groups supporting the Republican nominee combined.
When the playwright Tony Kushner recently grabbed a microphone and sat down for a post-screening Q&A with a filmmaker and the film's cast, he mumbled that he felt like Richard Pena.
Two conservative advocacy groups are in the midst of an ad-buying spree so intense that when combined, they have bought more commercials in the country's major markets than President Obama's campaign, according to new disclosure records analyzed by The Washington Times.
President Obama's first campaign advertisement pushes back against criticism of the federal loan guarantee for solar panel maker Solyndra and praises his energy record, even as condemnation mounts over his rejection of a $7 billion oil pipeline.
President Obama plans to visit five states after next week's State of the Union address to court voters who will be critical to his re-election campaign.
A key state senator said Thursday she wants a public vote on a proposed half-cent sales tax to help build a new Minnesota Vikings stadium, a new obstacle as the team tries to push the project to the finish line and plays out the final year of its lease at the Metrodome.