Echoes of Senator Michael Bennet’s successful 2010 campaign are showing up in President Obama’s 2012 campaign in Colorado, but will the results be the same?
The Supreme Court decision on the American Care Act may have decided various legal issues, but many unaffiliated voters are still undecided on the issue for a very basic reason.
President Obama’s recent announcement about illegal immigration may attract certain votes, but not necessarily the ones many think.
President Obama made a clear statement from Afghanistan on Tuesday night. And that statement is not good news for his GOP opponent.
The recent comments about Ann Romney from Hilary Rosen may end up being a defining moment in how both Presidential campaigns try to attract the swing vote.
The increasingly violent reaction to the incident is showing why Afghanistan has been a military quagmire for every single fighting force that has ever fought in the country.
However, during every presidential campaign, one issue generally rises to the top and becomes the defining issue for independent voters. With recent spikes showing no signs of slowing down, it looks like gas prices will likely become that defining issue in 2012.
President Obama’s third State of the Union speech was accurately dubbed as his opening salvo on the re-election campaign trail. The speech was not only the official beginning of his campaign, but also showed his future Republican opponent that he intends to battle hard for the political middle of this country.
President Obama will deliver his State of the Union speech Tuesday night. While one U.S. senator from Colorado is calling for the two parties to sit together, one of the state’s congressmen says he won’t even show up.
While President Obama likely won’t have the rock concert reception at his campaign stops in 2012, he still needs the effort of the college aged vote to be his army of volunteers on the ground. The question is, will they be there for him in 2012?