Winning in the polls, Democrats talk process. Republicans rail: We should win.
DNC blasts Republicans for relationship with company.
Fired in voter registration fraud claim.
The FEC has released a summary of the money raised and spent in the first 18 months of the election. $4 billion in five graphs.
Libertarian= minimum government, maximum freedom and lots of invisible humans in chairs.
At the conventions, both parties did their best to convince female voters that they were the ones with women’s best interests at heart.
The RNC star breaks his silence to The Carmel Pine Cone. “Everybody had advice for me, except the janitor.”
Much more engagement on Twitter for the Democratic than the Republican convention, according to Twitter.
The newly-converted Republican slams his DNC mirror image on . “I don’t know the guy, but…”
Coming soon to a convention near you.
The former Republican turned independent former Governor will speak in support of Barack Obama at the DNC.
“Listen. This just isn’t working. It’s been four years.”
Connolly jabs “cranky malcontents of a certain complexion.” Davis: “Democrats are really struggling with their word choices.”
The former Obama Press Secretary demands that this chair GET OFF HIS LAWN.
The RNC made it look as though the Tea Party never happened. “They’re trying to help change the Republican Party from the inside,” says Cain.
Gay conservatives explain their support for both Mitt Romney and marriage between gay couples.
The chair was empty… right?
ICYMI, #RNC2012 was off the hook. THNX CSPAN!
“He’s unique,” says one delegate. “I don’t think he was off the rails at all,” says another.
o_O. Relive the moment with this rubbable gif.
Sorry @ClintsChair and @EastwoodsChair, but @InvisibleObama is the parody Twitter account that won tonight.UPDATE: The account has been suspended.
“That was the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen at a political convention in my entire life … and it will be the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen if I live to be a hundred.”
Clint Eastwood talked to an empty chair for nearly 12 minutes tonight at the RNC in Tampa. And you thought televised political conventions were boring!
Some Republicans hope voters will understand the party better after the convention. But Gov. Rick Perry says, “There are no stereotypes.”
Because choosing a school should be just like shopping for milk, duh.
Grover Norquist throws punches at “whiny Democrats” and social conservative “bigotry.” “You’re the smartest man in Washington,” one fan gushes.