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LAS VEGAS — “The Republican Party is going to fight for every single vote,” says Republican Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindall. “That means any other combination of numbers going up to 100 percent.” While everyday Americans who backed Mitt Romney in the presidential race go back to the business of every day life, party leaders like …Continue Reading
HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. — Beth Cox, 44, arrived early to begin to dismantle the Republican Party campaign office here, after having planned a victory party. “I will be okay,” she told her friends as they called to console her in the aftermath of the 2012 election. Cox, like everyday American conservatives everywhere, has begun the process …Continue Reading
WASHINGTON — “That’s not change,” said President Obama on the 2008 campaign trail, “that’s more of the same.” Barack Obama has been re-elected President of the United States of America. Winning a second term, he defeated Republican nominee Mitt Romney in a close election. Obama earned 303 electoral votes to Romney’s 206 as of Wednesday, …Continue Reading
This election is all about the size of government and its role in the lives of everyday citizens.
They’re cute, they’re furry, they’re robotic — and they’re paid for with your tax dollars. Robotic squirrels made to study animal behavior were developed at San Diego State University as a part of a $325,000 National Science Foundation grant.
Nationwide, $300 million has been spent on ads supporting Obama, and $366 million on ads backing Romney — most of them negative. Voters tire of the torrent of negative political advertising, but does it work?