2012 Presidential Race

(US senator Frank Lautenberg, D-NJ, blasts the Romney-Ryan economic plan during a press conference on the steps of the Montgomery County Courthouse.  Credit: Brad Segall)

Delaware Valley Dems Say Romney and Ryan Are Targeting Middle Class

NJ Sen. Frank Lautenberg calls it a “reverse Robin Hood” plan — taking from the middle class to give tax breaks to the wealthy.


(Republican Vice Presidential candidate, U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) speaks during the Victory Rally in Florida at Town Square, Lake Sumter Landing on August 18, 2012 in The Villages, Florida.  Credit: Gerardo Mora/Getty Images)

Philadelphia Area Gets Its First Look At Romney’s Running Mate

Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan will make two stops in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, one of them, a victory rally in West Chester.


(Rick Santorum waves to supporters during an Illinois primary night event at a hotel in Gettysburg, Pa.   Credit: Patrick Smith/ Getty Images)

Analysis: Upcoming GOP Primaries Are ‘Must-Wins’ For Santorum

Time is now a critical factor in Campaign 2012.


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Candidate Christie Could Upend GOP Race

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s entry into the 2012 presidential race could dramatically reshape what has become a two-man race between Mitt Romney and Rick Perry. But Christie, who’s under pressure from party elders to run, hasn’t faced national scrutiny—and he could join other early favorites who burned out fast.