Romney's moderate identical twin did some pinch hitting for the Republican presidential candidate at the foreign policy debate.
For the spouses of presidential candidates, campaigns have become an extended audition for "America's Wife." That's a bad thing if we ever want a woman president.
Ohio is being hailed as the state to watch on November 6, and as a result, Lake County has been awash in ads and armies of volunteer convincers for months.
No lie is too idiotic or easily refuted to die, if people are willing to keep repeating it.
Romney may have backed away from his party's most powerful foreign policy contingent in last night's debate, but don't expect the fuzzy moderate feelings to last if he ends up in the White House.
Will Virginia Beach’s historic conservatism or its growing diversity be the story of the election?
Watch out, people who say bad things. Romney's coming for you.
Obama dominated tonight's foreign-policy debate, but with the country focused on the economy, it might not make a difference.
Our last animated roundup of the presidential debate season
Barack Obama finished the debate season with a definitive win. Will it matter?
Obama embraces the "not one of us" attack.
It would be useful to peer into Romney's and Obama's hearts tonight. But we won't be able to.
The state's voters will decide whether to require a photo ID at the polls. But they'll get no say in the specifics of the provision.
Expect Obama to try to focus on Osama bin Laden and the end of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, while Romney tries to steer things toward China.
If Georgia's John Barrow loses, there will be none left.