PODCAST: GOP courts Latinos, Unilever unveils a new strategy

Aug 28, 2012
Housing is up, consumer confidence is down. How do you feel about the economy?
Posted In: GOP, Latino voters, podcast

Super Tuesday results shed light on economic issues

Mar 7, 2012
Now that Super Tuesday has played out, we're getting a sharper focus on what voters care about most. Six in ten voters considered the economy the top issue.
Posted In: Mitt Romney, GOP, republican primaries, Barack Obama

Super PAC money keeps candidates afloat longer

Feb 29, 2012
Unlimited political campaign donations from super PACs are keeping struggling GOP candidates like Newt Gingrich in this year's presidential primaries longer than they might have survived in past elections.
Posted In: super PAC, GOP

The GOP candidates largely agree on what ails the country

Feb 8, 2012
But commentator Robert Reich says they miss the cause.
Posted In: GOP, 2012 election

What sets N.H. voters apart from other states

Jan 10, 2012
New Hampshire, like Iowa, has a state economy that is much better off than the national average. So what do candidates focus on there to win over voters?
Posted In: 2012 election, New Hampshire, GOP

A Super PAC switches GOP candidate support

Dec 29, 2011
Citizens for a Working America had once planned to support Michele Bachmann. It then bought an ad in Iowa for Mitt Romney's campaign.
Posted In: GOP, 2012 election, super PAC, Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann

For 2012, out with the new, in with the old

Dec 8, 2011
Voters in Iowa will head to the Republican caucus in a few weeks. On the ballot could be a trend that might define the election.
Posted In: GOP, republican primaries, 2012 election

GOP Economy: Jon Huntsman's economic plan

Nov 28, 2011
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman wants to reboot the American economy by eliminating every last tax loophole, lowering the corporate tax rate and switching from six income tax brackets to three.
Posted In: politics, GOP, presidential candidates

GOP Economy: Michele Bachmann's economic plan

Nov 28, 2011
Michele Bachmann calls the proposals in her 11-point "American Jobs, Right Now” economic plan “simple” and says she’ll turn the economy around in one quarter.
Posted In: politics, GOP, presidential candidates