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Advance staffers on the ground, while lawyers pack their bags.
No matter who wins, everyone will agree that you’re awesome.
“This is Cher, bitches. Do what she says … and God bless America,” Kathy Griffin says in a new web ad focused on turning out voters for women’s rights. GOP comments on abortion dominate the ad by the people behind 2008’s “Great Schlep.”
The two campaigns prepare to fight over everything from Hurricane Sandy to voter ID laws. Ohio, Florida, Colorado, Virginia and Pennsylvania are the states to watch for election litigation.
The president presses attack on misleading Romney spot. UPDATE: Romney camp responds.
We can all agree, thank God, on Star Wars. Using data from its Trendsetter app, Engage analyzed “likes” from thousands of Facebook users to tie consumer choices to political preference and engagement.
Bloomberg cited climate change as a major reason for why he’s voting for Barack Obama’s reelection.
This line doesn’t look so good in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
The Weather Channel leans right, while Game of Thrones leans left. Using data from its Trendsetter app, Engage analyzed “likes” from thousands of Facebook users to tie consumer choices to political preference and engagement.
Chuck Todd said what few reporters, and fewer pols, have acknowledged: “It’s called climate change, folks.” “When the surge of water comes straight at the media capital of our home planet, it may really make a difference,” says Bill McKibben.
“Whose face do you want to use to pick up poop?” A question for the ages.
Conservatives like Cracker Barrel, while Red Bull leans left. Using data from its Trendsetter app, Engage analyzed “likes” from thousands of Facebook users to tie consumer choices to political preference and engagement.
Which team are you on? Take a blind taste test if you’re undecided.
An image of a made-in-China hat is everywhere today, but it’s not official swag.
In 2005, Romney spoke in South Carolina about same-sex couples raising children. He wasn’t a fan.
Republicans have more cash. Obama had more staff and more TV ads. How the campaigns spent their money October 1-17.
The candidate ran a half-hour ad in 1994, and is looking to do the same this election.
During the closing stretch of 2012, Obama promises a “brighter future,” 2008 style. “A big agenda,” promises a senior campaign official.
“I did not say Romney would sign the current form of ENDA,” R. Clarke Cooper said, referring to the workplace nondiscrimination bill pending in Congress.
A pretty neat video that makes the final presidential debate interactive. Watch what you want, skip the rest. Powered by Bedrocket-Interlude.
Horses and bayonets! Plus a little bit of Battleship thrown in.
Another debate, another move to the middle — this time on foreign policy. “We can’t kill our way out of this mess.”
A moment of sweetness and comity following a rancorous debate. Miles Romney is a perfect little gentleman.
So you can sound like you actually watched all 90 minutes of the final presidential debate.
Even snappier than The ’80s Are Calling. In response to Mitt Romney criticizing the president for allowing the Navy to have too few ships.
From the Boca Raton debate on foreign policy.
And thus far the most exciting moment of the Boca Raton debate. President Obama drops an “oh snap” in regards to Mitt Romney labeling Russia a primary global adversary.
I asked 25 college students at Lynn University to say ONE genuinely good thing about the person they’re voting against. Politics doesn’t have to be so mean after all.