Here’s everything you need to know to make sense of the 2012 election’s potential adventures—or misadventures.
GOP contender Mitt Romney is blitzing more than the Pittsburgh Steelers in Pennsylvania, as he will be back in the Keystone State on Tuesday in a swing-state upset bid.
A review of polling data going back to 1936 shows the race between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney is the closest in 76 years as Election Day approaches.
Remember that crying four-year-old who said, “I’m tired of Bronco Bamma and Mitt Romney”? Her mother soothed her with the promise that “it’ll be over soon, Abbie.” Well, mom was wrong.
With the current presidential election between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney too close to call, experts are looking at all scenarios that could lead to a final victory, including the influence of Pennsylvania as a last-second spoiler.
As we approach Election Day, it seems the rich and famous have made their picks for president. Aside from the usual suspects, we’ve dug up the 10 most unusual ones from various media reports.
The possibility of Hurricane Sandy delaying some presidential and congressional voting next Tuesday is unlikely, but it may take something like a constitutional amendment to make emergency voting laws clear cut and enforceable.
Mitt Rommey will be making a highly publicized trip to Pennsylvania on Sunday. But will he travel just miles from his campaign appearance to see Hurricane Sandy storm damage?
There is a firestorm over a Virginia marketing firm that allegedly flooded mobile devices with political text messages. But lost in the media coverage is the price some consumers might pay who lack unlimited texting plans—and if free speech will keep the practice alive.
In our “American Spirits” exhibit at the National Constitution Center, visitors learn in detail the long path of excessive drinking that led to the 18th Amendment. And one of those traditions was heavy drinking and the buying of votes on Election Day.