As President Obama and Mitt Romney navigate the treacherous politics of running a late-stage presidential campaign in the wake of a massive natural disaster, both are carefully trying to make themselves appear to be focused on the wreckage of storm Sandy rather than
Laying out a more traditional liberal policy case than President Barack Obama normally offers on the campaign trail, former president Bill Clinton urged 7,600 people at the University of Central Florida today to re-elect Obama based on his education, energy, environmental, health care and economic record.
In the first two days of in-person early voting, Florida Democrats wiped away a lead that Florida Republicans had run up thanks to the GOP’s strong absentee-ballot program. In all, about 1.9 million ballots have been cast. As of this