Seeking to cut into Democrats' advantage, the plan would eliminate winner-take-all elections and allocate electoral votes based on congressional districts.
What a difference four years makes: After demonizing the former president, Obama turns to him for a marquee convention speaking slot.
The GOP candidate's off-shore accounts will be used to tar him during the campaign, but it could have been a lot worse.
Forget Newtmentum, tax-return controvesries, and Santorum's Iowa victory. Only Romney is ready for the long haul to the nomination.
The president's 2012 prospects look shaky, but he'll benefit from population trends that show his coalition growing in key battlegrounds
The 2012 election is shaping up a lot like 2006 -- except this time the GOP is poised to oust Democratic incumbents
When outside groups can raise and spend unlimited amounts of money, politicians' own coffers mean less
The Republican Party remains factionalized, with no oligarchy of elders to select a challenger for Barack Obama in 2012
The former Massachusetts governor has survived challenge after challenge. Will slow and steady win the 2012 race?
Americans think the president is a swell guy, but they don't approve of the job he is doing. What's more important for him in 2012?
Patty Murray is now a "super committee" member and fundraising chief
Two powerful interests see the speaker's bill differently, and GOP lawmakers are caught in the middle
For John Boehner and Mitch McConnell, the challenge of recent negotiations has been selling younger lawmakers on the idea of a higher limit
With groups like American Crossroads spending millions to control the national debate, what's a president to do?
The GOP takeover of 2010 is being felt in the states and could give Republicans an advantage in 2012
Republicans once wielded a feared election machine. Nowadays, it's underfunded, out of date, and leaves the party vulnerable in 2012
Outside groups that make independent expenditures have become a Washington cottage industry all its own
Where the former Minnesota governor fails to excite, he comes off as qualified and credible
The GOP presidential "field" is full of candidates who may just want to sell books
The Republican from Mass. details the abuse in a new book and "60 Minutes" interview to air Sunday