I didn’t think non-human animals could vote but I must have been misinformed – and these guys have the stickers to prove it.
It’s hard to believe this thing is finally wrapping up. A look back at the campaign’s most memorable magazine covers.
The really literal version of Obama’s campaign strategy to appeal to female voters. “The whole universe revolves around me in some way.”
The latest youth-targeted get out the vote video from the Obama campaign.
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The most committed Ron Paul volunteers ran out of cash. Now they hope to be delegates.
Palin’s 2008 adviser says the Palin moment may have turned campaigns off from a female vice presidential pick this cycle. May also have turned campaigns off from an unprepared running mate, she says.
Gidley announces strong sweater vest sales. Three thousand Santorum vest wearers are out there, somewhere.
Santorum adviser tells reporters they’re not sweating the details during a long conference call on that exact subject.
Vandersloot, a prominent Idaho businessman, has poured huge sums into Romney’s SuperPAC. He’s also litigious, combative, and a bitter foe of the gay rights movement.
Gidley notes that it happened with Clinton and Obama in 2008. Why not now?
Wins in the South or no, a cash infusion is the campaign’s only hope going forward. He’ll rely on the SuperPAC, and hope for a windfall.
It’s easy to mock Alabama and Mississippi Republicans today for their views on Barack Obama’s religion. But that’s hardly the only unfounded, persistent belief lurking below the surface of the political season.
Santorum described his “bracelet that talks” on Hugh Hewitt’s radio show today. Campaign says his bracelet is non-verbal.
“You probably read the paper about what happened up in Maine.”
The “Ron Paul Roadies” have been traveling for months to volunteer for the Paul campaign. Cut off by the campaign, they’re getting hungry, and asking for contributions on Reddit and YouTube.
Criticizes rival’s “gutter-level campaign. And still won’t say whether he’s decamping to Washington State.
The Santorum campaign’s last stand feels less like a Tea Party rally than a Tea Party reunion.
Judging by the Huffington Post’s front page this morning, the primaries have taken a turn into fiery chaos. The only candidate not fully engulfed in flames is Newt.
Santorum still has the Megadeth frontman, at least.
Rejects the premise that he and another wealthy politician from Massachusetts might have had similar difficulties in their presidential bids.
“Don’t vote for the philanderer, the robot, or the zealot.”
Says the Democrats who turned out for Santorum are all blue-collar Reagan Democrats who honestly like him.
A tough loss tonight in a state the campaign really, really wanted. But: “We’re sort of the MacGyver campaign,” says Brabender. The class war endures with a shot at Romney’s “Caddies.”
Hits back at Mitt for “economic lightweight” comment. “I’m someone who’s gone out and worked hard and learned my economics from shining shoes,” he says.
Voters like Marilyn Overbeek are more focused on abortion than anything else, don’t expect candidates to fix the economy, and just want a good Christian in office. “The other ones are kind of wishy-washy.”
Calls Santorum the “least tolerant person I’ve ever dealt with.”
The two camps may not have signed a deal, but there’s something in it for Paul.
“Ron Paul has got arthritis. That must have hurt him, fuck you Rick!”
2016? What about it? His dad is doing everything he can for Romney.