Originally published on Fri November 2, 2012 3:46 pm
The presidential race is expected to be extremely close, and that has a lot of people nervous about what it will mean for election night.
Does it mean that the vote count could drag on for days, or even weeks, as it did in 2000?
Lawyers for the campaigns, the political parties and state election offices are preparing for the possibility.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted could very well be the man in the middle of any election night storm. By all accounts, the vote in his crucial battleground state will be extremely close.
Originally published on Fri November 2, 2012 9:43 am
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Originally published on Fri November 2, 2012 8:19 pm
Health care in general — and Medicare, in particular — have been big parts of this year's presidential campaign.
But over the last couple of weeks, Republican Mitt Romney has been making a new claim that doesn't quite clear the accuracy bar.
It has to do with $716 billion in Medicare reductions over 10 years included in the federal health law, the Affordable Care Act. And it's become a standard part of Romney's stump speech.
President Obama spoke to a boisterous crowd of about 10,000 people at the Coors Event Center on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder last night in the campaign's latest get out the vote effort with election just days away.
Originally published on Thu November 1, 2012 8:59 pm
Win or lose on Election Day, Republican Mitt Romney has already made history as the first Mormon to win a major party presidential nomination.
But has his race for the White House changed Americans' perceptions and stereotypes of the small, insular but fast-growing religion, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints?
And, by extension, has Romney affected how Mormons view their place in the nation?