Two weeks ago, it looked like a key swing state. But the GOP candidates have driven it right into the Democratic column.
A health diagnosis of each Republican contender, as the campaign moves closer to the first of the GOP primaries
Republicans are looking for a standard bearer who can defeat President Obama in 2012. Are they any closer to finding one?
After he called the program a "Ponzi scheme," pundits warned that the Texas governor was foolish. But he could come out ahead.
If the Obama's approval keeps sinking and Republicans nominate a polarizing figure, the time could be right for an independent bid
What to consider about the Texas governor and possible 2012 contender, from someone who's known him off and on for decades
No matter who is declared the political victor, the American public will think politicians are all out of touch
Democratic presidents rarely lose reelection
Obama will need better numbers to win