Obama and Romney each hit the states on their path of least resistance to 270.
Obama holds a clear lead and Romney's time is up.
Odds are that if Barack Obama is reelected, there will be some pretty angry reactions on the right. Here are some forms it might take.
Obama's attacks on Romney worked in Ohio even after they stopped working elsewhere.
Team Romney is spending almost a tenth of its ad money on Pennsylvania. Is it enough?
Romney needs good polls from more than just Rasmussen and a firm commissioned by Citizens United.
Wednesday's polls showed Obama well-positioned across the battleground states.
How will Sandy affect the election? That depends partly on whether you think voters were still making up their minds.
The two ways Hurricane Sandy might help Obama seal his victory—and the one way it could put Romney ahead.
Romney can't make outsized gains in a state where McCain did relatively well, allowing demographic changes to keep Obama in the game.