from Tales from the Trail:

Meet Jeb!: New logo and video herald Bush’s entry into the race

By Steve Steve Holland
June 14, 2015

CHdhg6eUMAELYPvJeb Bush officially jumps into the crowded field for the Republican presidential nomination on Monday. In so doing, he'll emphasize the Jeb part of his name over the Bush family legacy.

from Tales from the Trail:

On the second go, Clinton campaign warms to a supporter

June 14, 2015

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Clinton waves to the crowd after delivering her "official launch speech" at a campaign kick off rally on Roosevelt Island in New York City

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton waves to the crowd after delivering her "official launch speech" at a campaign kick-off rally on Roosevelt Island in New York City, June 13, 2015. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

from India Insight:

Promises and more promises: India’s parties pitch their visions

April 16, 2014

Campaign season in India means it's also promise season, and political parties aren't short on pledges for what they would do if they come to power after election results come out in May. From the Tamil Nadu-based MDMK party's pledge to rename the country "The United States of India" to the Odisha-based BJD's promise to "guarantee" development projects, there are plenty of promises floating around to help parties capture, retain or regain power.

from Photographers' Blog:

A day with Mitt Romney

October 29, 2012

Reuters photographer Brian Snyder spent a day behind the scenes with Mitt Romney, documenting his campaign.

from Photographers' Blog:

“We’re pulling an all-nighter”

October 26, 2012

By Kevin Lamarque

“We’re pulling an all-nighter” -- President Barack Obama's refrain to crowds across the U.S.A. throughout his non-stop 40-hour campaign swing.

from Tales from the Trail:

Married v. unmarried could be the new election “gender gap”

October 24, 2012

Despite the American obsession with voting differences between men and women - the famed U.S. election "gender gap" - there is a far bigger "gap" dividing likely voters in 2012 - the yawning divide between marrieds and unmarrieds.

from Photographers' Blog:

An eternity with Mitt Romney

October 6, 2012

By Brian Snyder

Here’s something almost everyone who covers a U.S. Presidential campaign says or thinks, “That event yesterday/last week/last month seems like an eternity ago.” That’s certainly how Mitt Romney’s formal announcement of his candidacy at Scamman Farm in Stratham, New Hampshire June 2, 2011 seems.

from Tales from the Trail:

Swing state ad from hawkish Democrats hits Romney on foreign policy

October 5, 2012

A group of hawkish Democrats with close ties to President Obama’s re-election campaign announced on Thursday a new swing state television advertisement attacking Mitt Romney on national security and foreign policy issues.

from Tales from the Trail:

Pelosi confident Democrats will win back House, says Obama will “win big”

September 21, 2012

U.S. House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi said on Friday that despite predictions by so-called experts to the contrary, she's confident her party will win back the chamber in the Nov. 6 election.

from Tales from the Trail:

Hollywood actors pose for Obama campaign social media drive

September 21, 2012

President Barack Obama's re-election campaign is launching a "celebrity portrait shot" social media drive, a source close to the campaign said, drawing again on its base of Hollywood supporters to drum up enthusiasm for the Democratic incumbent ahead of the Nov. 6 election.