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By JIM KUHNHENN, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Obama is also likely to address the status of the health care law after his administration
He will need to show the discipline and focus of 2012. Think of this as Ohio, Mr. President, and assemble accordingly. These
I've written here my reflections on my experience as a Cincinnatian, as a Latino and as a person involved with the president's campaign in Ohio from its inception -- a story that has taken more than a year and a half to complete.
For the first time in the last few months, I am reassured that the changing face of America has a powerful voice that made itself heard over the out-of-touch and dismissive ideology of the extreme right.
From every corner of this nation, a majority sent a resounding message that we will not tolerate a rollback of our liberties, nor will we sit by idly as the rights so many fought and died for were under attack.
Tthe auto-bailout hypothesis missed a larger point. There is a bigger and better hypothesis to explain the successful Obama firewall: The 2010 election, and the experience of living under Tea Party rule. 2010 was the Tea Party election.
Dressed in a black hoodie adorned with a "B" -- a clever shoutout to Obama and Jay's own Brooklyn Nets -- the rapper seemed
Partisan differences themselves are a trap, because they serve largely to factionalize society so that it's hopelessly divided and unable to resist a unified establishment whose interests are at variance with those of the public.
President Barack Obama faced multiple interruptions at a large campaign rally in Cincinnati, Ohio on Sunday, from hecklers
President Barack Obama added a little barb to the end of a trademark refrain on Friday, telling voters that they could get
So it's hardly surprising that in his closing pitch to Ohio voters, Obama was quite eager to bring the discussion back to
The HuffPost Pollster tracking model merges all of the statewide and national polls into combined estimates of the polling
Mitt Romney must realize that he has lost the industrial Midwest because he's completely lost a grip on reality. He's decided to throw a Hail Mary pass that will cause his already-struggling campaign to implode in Ohio.
Taylor and Sytsma had both been knocking on doors for months. Taylor had been doing it regularly since August, and Sytsma
As we enter the final week of the campaign, an obvious question to ask is how to convert the state-by-state probabilities of an Obama or Romney lead in the polls to probabilities that Obama or Romney will win the state and the election itself.
Mitt Romney is holding "relief events" on Tuesday, though those seem to be toned down campaign stops that are also helping
In its release, the Obama campaign referred to Romney's ad as a "desperate attempt to re-write history." The Romney campaign
Chrysler Group LLC is hiring more than 1,100 new workers at its sprawling Toledo, Ohio, manufacturing complex. JPMorgan Chase
"Without President Obama’s rescue of the auto industry, Ohio would have collapsed," says one man. In line with the message
While stumping for President Barack Obama in Ohio on Thursday, rock star Bruce Springsteen pledged his support for the president's