The Pennsylvania Republican State Committee has been arguing that the state should be considered a tossup in November. Now, the argument is being backed up with money.
On the campaign trail, a man who isn’t running has taken steps to get himself on the ballot.
Many college students will be watching the vote in the U.S. Senate on freezing interest on Federal Stafford Loans at 3.4 percent.
The youth vote is becoming a factor in the upcoming presidential race. The founder of the Zogby Poll spoke at Villanova University last week on polling trends.
Voters in Pennsylvania are choosing party nominees for state legislative races and in some areas, they’ll also be voting for candidates who’ll serve the unexpired terms of lawmakers who’ve resigned.
Franklin and Marshall College pollster and political analyst Terry Madonna says the race for the GOP nomination for US Senate is one of the most bizarre he’s ever seen.
The race for Pennsylvania Attorney General is a hot contest for the Democrats. The two candidates on the ballot have raised nearly $5 million dollars between them in what’s become a nasty war of words.
The controversial new voter ID law does not take effect until the November general election, but city officials are using today’s primary as a run through of sorts.
With two weeks to go until the Pennsylvania Primary, the pressure is on Rick Santorum to pull out of the race now.
Santorum will walk a fine line. Concerned about his future image in the party, while at the same time hoping he can hang in for Pennsylvania and the May primaries, in which he may do very well.
Time is now a critical factor in Campaign 2012.
The Chicago area vote will determine tonight’s election, and experts will be looking at tonight’s outcome to try and figure out what happens in Pennsylvania five weeks from today.
While the Republican candidates for president are stumping in Louisiana and Alabama today, a new survey shows that the high price of gasoline is taking its toll on President Obama’s hopes of reelection.
One message out of Ohio is clear: the Republicans need to get their act together. Surveys show President Obama leading all Republican challengers in Ohio by margins of 12 to 19 points.
As voters head to the polls in Michigan, today, there are two mainly overlooked factors that could make this a night of upheaval.