President Barack Obama will turn to the Democratic bullpen again on Monday and bring former President Bill Clinton on the campaign trail with him for a three-state battleground trip.
Despite leading in some national polls, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is still struggling to best President Barack Obama in several of the most critical swing states needed to win the Electoral College.
Fresh off the heels of what many pundits say was a victorious debate performance, President Barack Obama made a campaign stop in Delray Beach before heading back to the swing state of Ohio later in the day.
While the fireworks were saved for the stage during Monday night’s presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney, there was plenty going on off camera before, during, and after the actual debate.
President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney clashed one final time on the national stage Monday night at Lynn University in a debate that was supposed to focus on foreign policy but went off the rails at several points throughout the night.
President Barack Obama enters the third and final debate with a two point lead over Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in the latest CBS News/New York Times Poll released Monday night.
Lynn University, a school many across the nation are hearing of for the first time Monday will be the center of the political world when President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney face off in the third and final presidential debate.
Approaching the November presidential election, Republicans continue to assail the oversight of the Obama administration in the attacks made against the U.S. Consulate in Libya, while the Democratic Party counters that the GOP is wrongly politicizing these sensitive events.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s claim that he will create 12 million jobs is coming under increased scrutiny after the candidate repeatedly used the number in recent debates.