The second-guessing has already begun over whether Barack Obama chose the right message to take on Mitt Romney. Is there anything to it?
Obama's ground game is important, but it may not make up for his problems with undecided voters.
Ryan explains his novel approach to fighting poverty: Slashing anti-poverty programs.
The Obama campaign's improvements among African Americans and post-graduates make it tougher for Romney to win than history suggests.
The three states get Obama to 271 electoral votes, enough for a victory.
Perhaps. But it doesn't matter much for Ohio.
My critique of the way that the campaign press shapes “narratives” without acknowledging its role brought brickbats. Here's my rebuttal.
But Romney did well in the national polls.
The 9 battleground states are so diverse that movement among demographic could change the election.
Obama is struggling in states where he was most dependent on support of whites--except for Ohio.