Nearing their first face-off, President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are hunkering down for intense preparations ahead of Wednesday’s presidential debate, where the GOP nominee hopes to change the trajectory of the White House race.
Republicans are scrambling to narrow the gap and say they will improve greatly over what they acknowledge was a dismal performance in 2008. They contend that the Obama campaign’s dominance on the ground is largely a public relations construct.
In the latest sign that Republicans are failing to gain traction in New Mexico, the Romney campaign is moving two of its key staffers out of the state.
The Nevada economy was hit harder than most places in the country, President Barack Obama told supporters during a quick campaign stop Wednesday in Las Vegas.
President Barack Obama keeps a focus on education for the second half of his campaign swing through Nevada, a state considered critical to his winning re-election.
President Barack Obama accused rival Mitt Romney of being oblivious to the burdens of paying for college on Tuesday, telling young voters in battleground Ohio that his opponent’s education policies amount to nothing more than encouraging them to tap their parents for money or “shop around” for the best deal.
The Obama campaign took aim at Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan’s meeting with GOP billionaire donor Sheldon Adelson in Las Vegas Tuesday.
An effort to anoint state Treasurer Kate Marshall the first Democrat in Congress to represent rural Nevada appears to be falling short.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Democratic Congresswoman Shelley Berkley and Republican Sen. Dean Heller are using their summer vacation from Congress to woo voters in Nevada’s 2012 Senate race. Berkley is announcing new federal funding for […]
Democratic Congresswoman Shelley Berkley says she raised $1.2 million from April through June, surpassing Senator Dean Heller.