The United States Supreme Court has directly decided one presidential election, and a justice indirectly decided a second. So how would the 2012 contest wind up in front of the justices again?
On Tuesday, there were various reports in the area near the National Constitution Center about voter experiences at the polls. Some were good, some were bad, and some were just odd.
Are you ready for a long Election Night? Here’s a quick guide for the key events in Tuesday night’s presidential election coverage, which should easily extend into Wednesday.
Lyle Denniston looks at claims that a Supreme Court in a second Obama administration would be like “the Warren Court on steroids.”
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.