President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney have both hired lawyers to defend their interests should a dispute arise or a recount be necessary following the Nov. 6 presidential contest.
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Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney criticized President Barack Obama on Monday night for neglecting the U.S. Navy during his first term. Both men were taking part in the third and final presidential debate ahead of the Nov. 6 contest.
A new Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey conducted in North Carolina between Oct. 12 and Oct. 14 shows that Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney leads President Barack Obama by two percentage points three weeks ahead of the Nov. 6 election. A total of 1,084 likely voters were questioned. Forty-five percent (45%) were Democrats, 35 percent were Republicans, and 21 percent described themselves as Independent or Other.
A new poll conducted in Massachusetts by the MassINC Polling Group between Oct. 5 and Oct. 7 shows that Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney continues to significantly trail President Barack Obama four weeks ahead of the Nov. 6 contest. However, it should be noted that the sample used by MassINC was made up of a majority (52 percent) of independent or unenrolled voters, while Democrat and Republican voters represented 36 percent and 12 percent of the sample respectively (Democrats outnumber Republicans three to one in the state).
President Barack Obama told supporters in Wisconsin on Saturday that he needed another term in office in order to change the way Washington does business. Mr. Obama was introduced to the crowd by Hall of Fame baseball player Hank Aaron.
A new Reuters / Ipsos poll released following the Democratic National Convention shows that President Barack Obama is benefiting from a small bounce less than two months ahead of the Nov. 6 presidential election.
Republican vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan refused to back down on the controversial comments he made during his acceptance speech on Wednesday, even when CNN pointed out that President Barack Obama was not involved in the closure of a General Motors factory in his home state of Wisconsin back in 2009.
The attorney for the Ron Paul campaign has warned the Republican National Committee‘s Committee on Contests that the Texas congressman’s supporters may decide against voting for presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney when the GOP holds its four-day national convention in Tampa, Fla., next week.
The latest poll conducted by The Washington Post and ABC News between August 8 and August 12 shows that Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan‘s popularity ratings jumped after presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney announced on Saturday that he had selected him to be his vice president.
A national poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports since the government published last month’s jobs figures on Friday indicates that President Barack Obama may be benefiting from the improving recent economic data. The figures announced by the Department of Labor showed that the U.S. economy had created 163,000 posts in July, well above economists’ expectations of 100,000 job creations. Yet, the data also revealed that the official rate of unemployment had ticked up 0.1 percentage points to 8.3 percent over the same period.