2012 Presidential Campaign
They have been the object of the most ridicule, derision and criticism, and they don’t deserve it. Undecided voters don’t deserve the abuse they have been getting. In fact, they deserve our respect. Here’s why.
Thanks to the proliferation of the use of mail-in ballots, Election Day in Colorado starts this week!
Like every Presidential candidate before him, Mitt Romney has come to a pivotal crossroads in his campaign. How he responds to events this week will define what happens to him on November 6th.
With both Presidential campaigns looking for the secret to success in November, they may only need to look at one simple principle for success, positivity.
With Election Day less than 60 days away, it’s time we hear about what each candidate will do, not by himself, but within the real framework of our government, including the opposing party.
If it feels like you are seeing a lot of political ads right now, there’s a very good reason. Three of the top four markets for political ads this week are in Colorado. But can it last?
With Mitt Romney finally winning enough delegates to become the official Republican Nominee, one must wonder why it took the primary system so long to catch up but still left so many of the nation’s voters behind.
Looking at the current polls in that light, it seems both GOP front runners and the Democratic incumbent have reasons to be happy and reasons to worry.