Obama may have stumbled in first debate, but Romney has yet to win over Ohio
Obama needs to hear the kind of brutal honesty that Ford valued from his staff
Washington doesn't understand how much it will miss the Virginia Democrat
Nominees are known to carry their home states come Election Day, but Massachusetts looks to be one of the exceptions
They may not be as classy or fair as those posed by Jim Lehrer, but the answers would be intriguing
Former president makes a strong and memorable case for the 2012 Democratic ticket
He's already shown that he's not the garden-variety No. 2, but Republicans can't win Medicare issue
Obama and Romney are seemingly unable to win on their individual merits
Female focus group reveals that both presidential candidates leave a lot to be desired
When the down-and-dirty election season is over, what will we have gained?
Republican's campaign insists there will be time to introduce the Real Mitt at the convention
Nation's leader must first prove he is capable of inspiring confidence in fellow citizens
For nothing more than greed, the daughter of a Holocaust survivor shamefully turns her back on his adopted country
Republican presidential hopeful can't hide the truth about his tax-sheltered investments in far-off lands
Each presidential candidate's 'Advance' coordinator ensures each stop conveys a personal feel
Obama, Romney and the battle of the undecideds
The best indicator of our progress as a whole should be how well we provide for those with too little
Well more than a century later, money continues to reign supreme in campaigns
It seems running a corporation has 'almost nothing in common' with leading a country
A nation of chicken-hawks loudly beats the drums of war
Eduardo Saverin makes billions in IPO, but not before renouncing his U.S. citizenship and moving to Singapore to avoid paying taxes
A good slogan can define a campaign, but for some candidates, coming up with one is easier said than done
There will be no shortage of negative statements in the next few months of the presidential campaign
And what voters want to know is, 'What's she (or he) really like?'
GOP presidential candidate must change voters' perception that he 'rounds the edges'
Democratic strategist's unfair gaffe about Ann Romney could put Obama's re-election bid at risk
Is there a candidate who puts principle above popularity, and the nation's best interests ahead of his own?
Before people vote for you, they first have to like you, and a sense of humor goes a long way
Republican presidential candidate's embrace of the Paul Ryan budget plan likely to further threaten his standing with voters
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