President Barack Obama has filled out his absentee ballot to cast his vote in the Senate and governor races in Illinois.
Tales from the Trail
Some unwelcoming words from a Democrat in Rhode Island for President Barack Obama who is scheduled to visit the state later today.
David Schwartz takes a look at the latest Quayle seeking to go to Washington.
Ben Quayle knows how to spell potato.
The son of former vice president Dan Quayle also knows that his famous last name is a double-edged sword when running for elected office.
Michigan Republican Fred Upton is known as a moderate who disappointed many conservatives by voting with the Democratic majority on some major issues including the taxpayer bailout of U.S. automobile manufacturers.
Trying to get out the vote for Democrats in danger of losing one or both houses of Congress on Nov. 2, President Barack Obama is pouring it on with up-close campaigning reminiscent of 2008 as he visits coffee shops and works rope lines.
First he gave an unexpected endorsement to Jon Stewart’s upcoming “Rally to Restore Sanity.” Now President Barack Obama is giving the host of the satirical talk show the ultimate television “get” — himself as a guest.
The Tea Party takes pride in its belief in the importance and centrality of the Constitution of the United States. Indeed, Senate Republican candidate Christine O’Donnell has been reported as referring to the document as a “covenant” based on “divine principles”.