A recently conducted survey revealed that the majority of Americans found presidential campaigning for the 2012 election to be especially negative. According to the Pew Research Center, poll participants gave the campaign of reelected President Barack Obama a C+ grade.
With the economy showing some signs of improvement three weeks before Election Day, President Barack Obama on Monday laid down a full embrace of the economic record many Republicans say is his biggest weakness.
A panel of three federal judges in Washington has upheld South Carolina’s voter identification law, but says the state cannot put it in practice until 2013.
President Barack Obama inherited a wreck of an economy, “put a floor under the crash” and laid the foundation for millions of good new jobs, former President Bill Clinton declared Wednesday night.
Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign is launching an aggressive Republican response at the site of the Democratic National Convention aimed at stealing attention and driving new questions about President Barack Obama’s leadership on the eve of his nomination for a second term.
Republican Mitt Romney cast President Barack Obama as a failed coach of a struggling team as he sought to capitalize on momentum coming out of his party’s convention. Obama dismissed the GOP gathering as an event suited to the era of black-and-white TV and promised to outline “a better path forward” at the upcoming Democratic convention where he’ll be nominated for a second term.
Newt Gingrich acknowledged that Mitt Romney had a good day, sweeping five more Republican presidential primaries Tuesday, but he vowed to keep campaigning in North Carolina through the week.
In an election year that was supposed to be all about jobs and the economy, the issue that’s energized North Carolina’s sleepy May 8 primary has turned out to be a philosophical clash over what constitutes a marriage.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will not be attending the Democratic National Convention this year, citing her job – and its requirement that she stay away from partisan politics – as the reason for her planned absence.
A local lawmaker landed in some hot water after learning that what you post on your social media pages could come back to haunt you. In this case, state representative John. A. Torbett (R-Gaston) reportedly posted a picture of president Barack Obama wearing a turban.