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  • Republicans Face Choice of Fight or Expanding Base After Losses

    Republican leaders across the U.S. woke up yesterday confronting a choice: Do they want to govern or do they want to fight?

  • Obama Repeats Win in Pennsylvania Foiling Romney Effort

    President Barack Obama won Pennsylvania, according to projections by CBS News and Fox News, rebuffing a late push by Republican challenger Mitt Romney to carry the state and its 20 electoral votes.

  • Obama Works Turnout as Romney Seeks Wave on Final Day

    President Barack Obama beseeched core supporters and wayward backers to go to the polls, while Republican challenger Mitt Romney reached for an upset victory powered by anti-incumbent fervor on the final full day of a race that polls suggest has tilted slightly in the president’s favor.

  • Romney’s Pennsylvania Stop Today Called ‘Desperate Ploy’

    President Barack Obama’s top advisers said Republican challenger Mitt Romney’s campaign stop in Pennsylvania today is a “desperate ploy” in a state he can’t win in the Nov. 6 election. A Republican aide insisted the traditionally Democratic-leaning state is in play.

  • Romney Fate Is Hamilton County as Obama Angst Vies With Unknown

    It’s after dark at the Stanley Rowe Towers public housing project in Cincinnati’s West End, and Irvin Carney, a 24-year-old volunteer with President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign, is at a resident’s doorstep, quizzing her about precisely when and how she’s going to cast her early ballot in Ohio.

  • Ads Target Democratic States as Republicans Expand Map

    President Barack Obama, Republican challenger Mitt Romney and their allies have expanded their television advertising battle into states that have traditionally voted Democratic in White House elections, as some surveys show tightening races in those areas.

  • Romney Hides Positions From U.S. Voters, Plouffe Says

    White House senior adviser David Plouffe said Republican Mitt Romney is “disingenuously” hiding his positions from voters as polls show the U.S. presidential contest deadlocked in the campaign’s final days.

  • Romney’s September Campaign Fundraising Trailed Obama’s

    President Barack Obama entered the final five weeks of the Nov. 6 election with more campaign funds under his direct control than Republican nominee Mitt Romney, who benefits more from the national party and outside groups including super-political action committees.

  • Romney Trying to Turn Campaign Direction as He Starts Ohio Push

    Fresh from two policy speeches in New York, Republican Mitt Romney turned his attention to Ohio, a state pivotal to his presidential prospects and where polls show him running behind.

  • Democrats Keep Voter Registration Lead in 4 Key States

    Democrats hold the registration advantage over Republicans in four of six battleground states that will play a key role in the presidential election, even as Republicans and independents have recorded larger net gains since late 2008, data compiled by Bloomberg shows.

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