Nov. 6 (Bloomberg) – Stephanie Cutter, deputy campaign manager for Obama for America, discusses the final day of the 2012 election and the high levels of voter turnout that have been seen so far nationwide. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”
Republican Mitt Romney cited a Massachusetts health-care law he backed as showing his “empathy,” then later reiterated his pledge to repeal national legislation modeled after the state’s measure as he and President Barack Obama crisscrossed Ohio yesterday.
Wendy Abrams’ opportunity came in the photo line. As she stepped up to take her picture with President Barack Obama during a fundraiser last month in Chicago, she made her pitch: How could a president who vowed to tackle climate change possibly approve the Keystone XL pipeline?
President Barack Obama’s health-care law moved closer to review by the U.S. Supreme Court with a federal appellate ruling that its requirement for most Americans to have insurance coverage is unconstitutional.