This is why we need nation-wide-I-Voted sticker reform.
Not sure if your vote really matters? Tell that to these kids.
It’s hard to believe this thing is finally wrapping up. A look back at the campaign’s most memorable magazine covers.
It’s your duty as an American citizen to vote today. So show us you did! Just be sure it’s legal in your state before posting your ballot!
Political songs are generally either overly patriotic and pedantic or shrill rants, but some artists have found the sweet spot between musicianship and political awareness, producing some of the most moving music America has had to offer.
“Women” was one of the biggest buzzwords throughout the 2012 presidential race. Here’s a look back, with the aid of GIFs.
Everything you didn’t realize was a thing is in fact on YouTube. Including Mitt Romney vs. Barack Obama rap battle videos.
“Everyday we see your heart and character, inspiring all of us to give more of ourselves.”
Are House Republicans an immovable object? “The president has no interest in working with Republicans honestly,” complains a GOP aide.
Take this super-fast quiz and find out. (You know you want to.)
Well, America, we had a pretty good run.
No matter who wins, everyone will agree that you’re awesome.
The really literal version of Obama’s campaign strategy to appeal to female voters. “The whole universe revolves around me in some way.”
Undecided? Let this highly scientific quiz help you make up your mind. Repeat: it’s highly scientific. Science.
Opening for the President of the United States. Also somebody actually did a poll to find out that influences younger voters more than older ones.
Carrying his misshapen heart around for everyone to see.
Top Senate Democrat dismisses Romney argument he’ll bring cooperation back to Washington.
Redistricting and a national election push a House Republican to the center. “The Illinois Democrat.”
Full-page ad running in today’s Indianapolis Star addressed to Republican U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock.
Outside groups are suddenly flocking to the former pariah. But national groups are officially staying out.
Will people “like” the latest Internet get-out-the-vote scheme? A soft start so far.
Half-million dollar ad campaign is part of last minute push by outside groups with six days left .
“Whose face do you want to use to pick up poop?” A question for the ages.
Barely clothed, running for Senate the Scott Brown way.
Amendment by Rep. Jeff Flake would have ended funding for emergency operations centers that helped coordinate response to Sandy.
An ugly California contest.Latest pro-Sherman mailer uses liberal icon backers of Berman as part of attack.
An exclamation mark on his slogan, and his stump speech. “He already won it — I just feel it,” says a supporter.
In waning days of election, Missouri Republican still hopes to win back support of women.