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Caricature Artist Draws Voters With Their Preferred Presidential Candidates
ABC's Charli James checks in with our caricature artist who is sketching people in Times Square with their preferred presidential candidate.
Conan O'Brien Compares Correspondents' Dinner to 'School Cafeteria'
O'Brien lays into network news coverage over past year in his second time hosting the event.
Politics of FEMA: Mitt Romney Suggested Less Federal Involvement, Paul Ryan Budget Scrutinized
As the nation’s attention turns to the storm and the federal government gears up to assist states, it is worth noting how funding for FEMA and disaster relief have featured in national politics and the presidential race. Should FEMA be reformed to put a stronger...
Hurricane Sandy: What Romney Says He'd Do to FEMA
Though the presidential campaigns have been focused on Hurricane Sandy, the politically sticky topic of disaster relief is making its way to the forefront. With Sandy bearing down on the East Coast, supporters of President Barack Obama are saying that Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney
Debate Fact Check: The Presidential Debate
Romney and Arizona's Immigration Law OBAMA: He called the Arizona law a model for the nation. ROMNEY: I did not say that the Arizona law was a model for the nation in that aspect. I said that the E-Verify portion of the Arizona law, which is -- which is the portion of the law which says that
Rick Santorum To Hold First Campaign Event For Mitt Romney On Saturday
ABC News’ Michael Falcone and Shushannah Walshe report: This weekend former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum will hold his first formal campaign event for Mitt Romney since he became the presumptive Republican nominee, sources close to Santorum tell ABC News. Santorum, who emerged as one of...
Could Pennsylvania Go Red?
When Mitt Romney's bus tour pulls into Pennsylvania on Saturday, it will be entering a state no Republican candidate has won since George H.W. Bush in 1988. John McCain lost the state to Barack Obama by more than 10 points in 2008, and with 1 million more voters registered Democrat than Republican,
The Irony Of Arizona (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) NOTABLES: ANALYZING ARIZONA: Although Democratic candidate Ron Barber, an aide to Rep. Gabby Giffords, prevailed over his Republican challenger in last night’s special election in Arizona, he did so without the help of one key ...
Santorum Gives Tepid Backing of Romney
Rick Santorum isn’t exactly brimming with enthusiasm about the man he is supposed to be supporting for the presidency. When asked on CNN if he now “trusts” Mitt Romney after railing against him during the primary, especially when he consistently compared his health care plan...
Barack Does Broadway, Hope to Fear, Romney's Economic Tightrope, Amb. Tapper to Monaco (PM Note)
Barack Does Broadway Tonight – Does Obama’s Celebritology Matter in the End? At a time of high unemployment and economic uncertainty, does a presidential candidate friending and fundraising with the rich and famous matter to average voters? Republicans think so. And Democrats do, too. ...