The Republican doesn't expect to win the group, but he's emphasized strained American-Israeli relations as a way to cut into Obama's advantage.
Since April, just over half—about $27 million out of $51 million—of Obama’s television spending has been on negative ads, according to a GOP media tracker.
The president said last year that he was constrained by Congress and the Constitution, but he changed his mind.
Florida Democrats have watched with puzzlement as the former governor becomes a spokesman for comity and reconciliation.
An ad blitz could help the GOP standardbearer transcend differences on immigration, but there's no sign of it.
Why is President Obama’s reelection campaign doubling down on its attacks on Mitt Romney’s business record at Bain Capital, despite blowback from some supporters? Because they might work.
Meet the television star of the fledgling 2012 general election campaign: the sad sack.
A big challenge for Obama is the quest for the white, blue-collar vote.
As Massachusetts governor, he underwent an evolution of his own, withdrawing support for a gay teen suicide prevention group.
Young and black voters are at odds on the issue, and it's anathema in some swing states .
Ceding a potentially losing fight over the Bin Laden death, the Republican turns to President Obama's greatest vulnerability.
A green light from the Supreme Court could produce laws that worsen the GOP's problems with Hispanic voters.
For a candidate like Romney, viewed in some Republican circles as a consolation prize in an election year in which stronger and more conservative politicians took a pass, Tuesday’s turnout could help “express’’ the enthusiasm gap, if it exists.
On Tuesday, five states will hold the first primaries since Rick Santorum dropped out. Don't forget: Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul are still running.
The Florida primary is long over, but the senator's endorsement gives Romney much-needed Tea Party and conservative credibility.
Come up with a sentence or two that summarizes Jon Huntsman’s candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination. Bet you can’t.