Governor Romney’s day started early at the Union League, first courting big money donors, then a midday rally at Valley Forge Military Academy.
New and dramatic numbers out just eight weeks away from Election Day.
The TV screens of Pennsylvanians are suddenly empty of presidential campaign advertising as the post-Labor Day campaign season begins.
The 2012 Democratic National Convention begins today, and there’s no question the Democrats have their work cut out for them.
Day one: Michelle Obama speaks tonight and Pennsylvania delegates have their first breakfast.
We’re in the eye of the political storm this weekend, between opposing political conventions, and a former Republican Congressman argues that the parties themselves are holding us back.
Busy campaign travels today, including GOP number two Paul Ryan, headed to the American Helicopter Museum in West Chester after a stop in Allegheny County.
Every four years, the New Jersey Pest Management Association pits two Madagascar hissing cockroaches against each other in a race for the White House.
Mitt Romney’s gamble of putting Paul Ryan on the ticket has produced a result in Ryan’s home state of Wisconsin.
Big news for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. The Republican will be giving the keynote address at his party’s national convention.
Talk is cheap in politics, but when it comes from governors, presidential candidates must pay attention.
President Obama is hitting the road next week for his first bus tour of the campaign season. It’s a unclear if he’ll stop in Philadelphia during the two-day trip to Pennsylvania and Ohio.
A new poll finds a majority of New Jersey voters have a favorable view of President Barack Obama.
President Barack Obama raised hundreds of thousands of dollars at fundraisers at the Franklin Institute on Tuesday evening, and his focus was putting Americans back to work.
“Will we continue the change we’ve begun and the progress we’ve made? Or will we allow everything we’ve fought for to just slip away?” Mrs. Obama asked.