President Barack Obama hasn’t been on the campaign trail since Hurricane Sandy devastated parts of New Jersey and New York. But he returns to the trail Thursday and will be in Broward County on Sunday as part of a final pre-election push.
A new CBS News/New York Times/Quinnipiac University poll gives President Barack Obama a one point lead in Florida, a five point lead in Ohio, and a two point lead in Virginia over Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
The head of Chrysler Group, Sergio Marchionne, has seen his Jeep brand take center stage in the final days of the presidential campaign after the Mitt Romney camp released a deceptive ad claiming the auto bailout would ship jobs overseas.
While Hurricane Sandy may not prove to be an ‘October surprise’ in the presidential campaign, it has pushed politics aside as Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a solid backer of Mitt Romney, has been praising President Barack Obama in nearly every interview after the storm.
Hurricane Sandy could impact up to 50 million people as it makes landfall, but it also has the potential to possibly change the course of the entire nation.
President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney have suspended their campaign events due to Hurricane Sandy’s approach to the northeast U.S. coast.
The latest poll from Public Policy Polling gives President Barack Obama a one-point lead in Florida over Republican nominee Mitt Romney, but that is well within the poll’s margin of error of +/- 3.7 percent, making the race a statistical tie.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney had a little problem with facts in a speech before swing-state Ohio voters Thursday night.
Absentee ballots have been going out for weeks and the return rate could be foreshadowing a record turnout on Election Day.
Arizona Senator John McCain is back in South Florida for the 2012 presidential election, hoping to help turn the state that voted against him in 2008 in favor of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.