Democratic National Committee
With only ten days left until voter registration closes across Florida, DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was happy to help “multiply voters’ voices” Saturday.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney made his way out of South Florida Thursday into what could best be described as an uncertain future of his campaign.
With President Barack Obama’s nomination acceptance Thursday night at the Democrat’s big gathering, his convention evolution is complete
While many Republicans are in Charlotte to bash the Democratic National Convention, Florida Senator Marco Rubio has been lying low in Florida.
Democrats kept the momentum going after a highly-regarded speech by First Lady Michelle Obama by calling out the biggest political gun in its arsenal on Wednesday, former President Bill Clinton.
Michelle Obama’s message delivered her message loud and clear to the Democratic faithful Tuesday night: President Barack Obama is just like you.
For the first time in history, a major political party is including support for gay marriage in their party platform. According to POLITICO, the Democratic Party will include the pro-gay marriage language for this year’s party convention.
The presidential race is still months away, but the money continues to pour into both campaigns. But for the first time, President Obama is getting outraised by his Republican counterpart.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has almost completely closed the gap between him and President Barack Obama when it comes to fundraising for the campaign.
Faced with the prospect of unlimited cash from outside parties tipping an election, President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney have pivoted to the fundraising trail in a big way.