Romney's chief strategist tries to argue that the Romney campaign was about something. Nice try.
Mitt Romney actually developed a following of sorts by the end of the campaign. What are we to make of this? A valediction from Ohio.
Obama's attacks on Romney worked in Ohio even after they stopped working elsewhere.
The lies families tell themselves.
The media's obsession with the presidential debates has reached the point of absurdity -- and threatens to damage our election process.
The story of the 2012 campaign is Obama's success in the swing state he was thought to be weakest in: Ohio. How did he pull it off?
Mitt Romney's “47 percent” gaffe starts an overdue argument on the right about people who don't pay taxes.
At Bain Capital, Mitt Romney was a turnaround artist. But as president, he'd slow down the country's economic recovery.
If Romney loses, it’ll be because voters don't like him. That doesn't mean they're being superficial.
The Obama campaign is doubling down on their advantage in Ohio.