Republican Nominee Mitt Romney
DENVER (CBSMiami) – With national polls narrowing, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are set for their first debate Wednesday night in Denver. Romney has been consistently trailing Obama in the last […]
The expected billion-dollar presidential election has nearly come to fruition already, but the fundraising totals that have been announced to this point don’t tell the complete story of the 2012 race.
For Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to capture the presidency, winning the Sunshine State will be crucial. But the latest polling from Fox News is not painting a positive picture for Romney.
Republican nominee Mitt Romney’s infamous pollster who said the campaign wouldn’t let fact checkers dictate their campaign issued a memo Monday asking Romney supporters to not “get too worked up about the latest polling.”
Fresh off a non-partisan study that hammered Republican Mitt Romney’s tax proposal as being disproportionately harsh on lower and middle income workers; President Barack Obama will be in Orlando Thursday to continue hammering a similar message.
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are months away from the voters’ final decision, but a new Bloomberg poll found President Obama has opened up a sizable lead among likely voters.