President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney go toe-to-toe tonight in the first of three election-season debates. The debate in Denver will be aimed at undecided voters.
America’s energy future is in play in the Presidential race and one of Pennsylvania’s leading products is at the center of it.
President Obama’s lead has been whittled down to six points in the Keystone State, 44-percent to 38-percent, half of what it was in June.
The Romney campaign will not comment on a Newsweek report that Sarah Palin will not be invited to speak at the GOP convention in Tampa.
Female supporters of Mitt Romney were preemptively reacting to an Obama presidential campaign event at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
The primary is Tuesday and strategists for both parties will be looking for keys to November.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum has suspended his campaign.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is endorsing Mitt Romney for the GOP presidential nomination, Romney’s campaign said Tuesday.
The latest Quinnipiac University survey does not bode well for conservative former US senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania, who last week officially jumped into the Republican battle to replace President Obama.
Despite repeated statements that he’s not interested, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s name continues to surface in 2012 Presidential speculation. The latest numbers are in a new national poll released this week.