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Mitt Romney to address U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Sep 17, 2012
This morning Mitt Romney is set to speak before the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Romney seems to have achieved a small bounce among Hispanics after the Republican National Convention. Today is another chance to reach out to those critical voters.
Posted In: Mitt Romney, Hispanic, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

It's tea party vs. unions in PA house race

Sep 14, 2012
Race draws $1.4 million in outside spending
Posted In: 2012 election, unions, super PAC, tea party

Politics affects how you feel about the economy

Sep 13, 2012
Gallup editor-in-chief Frank Newport on how your interpretation of economic news varies depending on your political orientation.
Posted In: Democrats, Republicans, 2012 election

Planned Parenthood begins $3.2 million campaign

Sep 13, 2012
New ad takes Romney quote out of context
Posted In: 2012 election, Planned Parenthood, Mitt Romney, super PAC

Who's got the right plan to boost growth?

Sep 12, 2012
Commentator Robert Reich says neither Democrats nor Republicans have a workable idea.
Posted In: Republicans, Democrats, 2012 election

Crossroads hits Dems with $2.5 million buy

Sep 12, 2012
Senate races in Nevada, Ohio and Florida continue to draw big money
Posted In: 2012 election, Karl Rove, super PAC, Barack Obama, Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney

Training for new manufacturing skill requirements

Sep 11, 2012
North Carolina community colleges work with local companies on which job skills to teach students.
Posted In: North Carolina, manufacturing

Hedge fund honcho seeks to oust congressman

Sep 11, 2012
Super donor Robert Mercer is bankrolling a new super PAC trying to oust Rep. Tim Bishop, D-N.Y., in his home district
Posted In: super PAC, hedge funds, 2012 election

In one Virginia county, two very different tales

Sep 11, 2012
Once reliably Republican, Loudoun County, Va., is a now a toss-up with a changing population.
Posted In: Virginia

PAC tries to tap African-American Greek network

Sep 10, 2012
A new political action committee is trying to bring alumni of the nine oldest black fraternities and sororities -- known as the Divine Nine -- into the fundraising game.
Posted In: fundraising, African American

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