Obama, Romney And Canada: Poll Gives Incumbent 7-To-1 Edge North Of The Border “A new poll has found Canadians prefer Barack Obama to Mitt Romney by a seven-to-one margin. The Angus Reid survey is just one of a series of recent polls to find that were Obama facing Canadian voters, he would likely win a landslide victory. Asked whom ... 11/3/2012 - 12:14 am | View Link
Romney, Obama look for edge as campaign nears end So far, Democratic voters outnumber Republicans in Florida, Iowa, Nevada, North Carolina and Ohio. Republicans have the edge in Colorado. Kuhnhenn reported from Washington. Associated Press writers Julie Pace and Stephen Ohlemacher contributed to this report. 11/2/2012 - 11:50 pm | View Link
Polls: Obama has an edge over Romney on Medicare (CBS News) A series of polls released today and over the weekend show the presidential contest remains close but suggest President Obama may have an edge over Mitt Romney on ... New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin. 09/25/2012 - 4:19 am | View Link
Why North Carolina leans Romney The Raleigh News & Observer provides some useful context for understanding why North Carolina is the swing state that President ... with high unemployment and a sense that it’s losing its edge. The fight to capture the state’s 15 electoral votes ... 09/17/2012 - 11:50 pm | View Link
Polls show North Carolina as Romney's best pickup opportunity CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Two new polls released on the eve of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte show the host state to be on the outer edge of the 2012 battleground ... the Real Clear Politics average for North Carolina shows the GOP nominee ... 09/2/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Walks and Walking on Romney Marsh The Romney Marsh is an excellent place to explore on foot, given it's flat and unique landscape, and there are plenty of places to walk, in the countryside, on the ... 03/21/2017 - 7:15 pm | View Website
Election Center 2008: Primary Results CNN.com delivers the latest election results by county for the Democratic and Republican presidential primaries and caucuses. 03/21/2017 - 10:25 am | View Website
The European Union's presidency says people's privacy must be protected following British calls for police access to encrypted messages in case of attacks. Maltese Interior Minister Carmelo Abela said Monday …
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Once upon a time, there were presidents for whom English seemed their native language. Barack Obama most recently. He deliberated. At a press conference or in an interview — just about whenever he wasn’t speaking from a text — his pauses were as common as other people’s “uh’s.” He was not pausing because his vocabulary was impoverished.
Donald Trump shakes hands with Neil Gorsuch, his choice for Supreme Court Justice, at the White House, Jan. 31, 2017. (Credit: AP/Carolyn Kaster)
SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch shouldn’t be confirmed until President Donald Trump comes clean.
Nominating a new justice to the Supreme Court is one of the most important responsibilities of a president.
Hillary Clinton; Donald Trump (Credit: Getty/Joe Raedle/Photo montage by Salon)
Is purple America really disappearing? A recent analysis of how America’s 3,113 counties voted in 2016 suggest it may be, revealing deepening electoral majorities of people with similar political beliefs than past presidential elections.
This polarization seems to confirm the anecdotal experiences of many people, who report they are increasingly living among like-minded neighbors.