President Barack Obama
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.
First Lady Michelle Obama gave her husband’s relection bid a major boost with an impressive speech on Tuesday night, aiming for the hearts of voters, if not the heads.
The newly shaped Republican presidential ticket is fighting growing pains amid charges from President Barack Obama’s re-election team that challenger Mitt Romney favors his new running mate’s controversial plans to overhaul Medicare and cut trillions of dollars from social programs.
The arrival of Rep. Paul Ryan to the GOP ticket will change how both campaigns address issues to Colorado voters.
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?
Mothers everywhere received attention on Sunday from family. But the 2012 Presidential Campaigns are likely to keep moms in focus for the rest of the year.
President Barack Obama brought his jobs pitch to Colorado Tuesday, getting a warm but not boisterous reception in the city where he signed into law the sweeping stimulus law more than two years ago.
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.
Civility or just silly, the push to mix Republicans and Democrats through the audience of President Barack Obama’s televised State of the Union address spread across Capitol Hill on Monday, fueled by signals that Americans want to see more cooperation among the nation’s leaders.
Sen. Michael Bennet showed his support for President Obama’s tax compromise in an interview in CBS4’s studios Monday.