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NBC/WSJ/Marist polls: Obama leads in Iowa, running neck and neck in N.H, Wis.

Less than a week before Election Day, President Barack Obama holds a statistically significant lead over Republican nominee Mitt Romney in the battleground of Iowa, while the two candidates are locked in tight races in New Hampshire and Wisconsin.


Obama slams Romney, Ryan on tax rates, Medicare in stops in New Hampshire

“So here is the bottom line: My plan saves money in Medicare by cracking down on fraud and waste and insurance company subsidies. And their plan makes seniors pay more so they can give another tax cut to millionaires and billionaires.”


Republican Party ad takes softer approach on Obama

In a campaign fast growing nasty, the Republican National Committee is trying a gentler approach... Several Republicans who weren't involved in making the ad say a softer approach may be essential to the effort to defeat Obama in November, given polls showing him with strong personal favorability ratings. The ad is airing in Ohio, Virginia, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Colorado and Iowa.


Poll suggests Obama swing state attacks working

Barack Obama

While nationally the two rivals are locked in a dead heat, in 12 expected battleground states — Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin — Obama leads by eight points in the survey.


Obama, Romney ads target nine states

President Obama, Republican challenger Mitt Romney, and their allies have already spent $87 million on TV ads, the Associated Press reports -- most of it in nine battleground states. They are, not surprisingly, nine toss-up states that will likely decide the election: Florida, Ohio, Virginia, North Carolina, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Nevada and New Hampshire.


Mitt Romney fishes for votes in New Hampshire

Romney lamented the government regulations — set in place decades ago, but continued under President Obama — that New Hampshire fishermen told him were crushing their ability to turn profits.


Electoral meltdown: Where Romney went wrong in South Carolina

Mitt Romney’s stunning loss in South Carolina was as broad-based as his win in the previous primary in New Hampshire, according to exit polls, raising new questions about his ability to reach a wide assortment of voters.


Mitt Romney wins New Hampshire GOP primary

New Hampshire GOP Primary

Mitt Romney rolled to an easy victory Tuesday in the New Hampshire primary, taking a broad stride toward capturing the GOP presidential nomination as the contest heads south for a pair of potentially make-or-break contests.


On home turf of New Hampshire, expectations for Romney are high

Mitt Romney: New Hampshire Primary

No matter what happens in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday, Mitt Romney should be grateful that his opponents didn’t force him to play the expectations game. All available evidence suggests that Romney, with twice the support of his nearest rival in the latest polls, will roll to a solid victory.


Romney’s Opponents Intensify Attacks as Voting Nears

The trailing Republican presidential candidates intensified their attacks on Mitt Romney’s role at a corporate buyout firm in the final day of campaigning before New Hampshire voters go to the polls.


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