The next presidential election is a good three years away but frontrunners on the Democratic team are two people vastly familiar with the Obama administration. Vice President Joe Biden and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have emerged as the two main presidential hopefuls.
The Republican Party is serious about their push to draw support from minority voters. Coming off two back-to-back presidential losses, and the damage done by Mitt Romney’s White House bid, the Republican National Committee revealed yesterday, that they will shell out $10 million in an attempt to diversify the party.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost a full week since Cory Booker announced that he would partake in a short-lived food stamps challenge, but the end is near. Booker has been keeping the public informed of every stomach pain, caffeine withdrawal, and epiphany usually brought on by a quote from one lauded historical figure, […]
Don’t tell Rush Limbaugh, but President Obama is still on Chris Christie’s good side. The New Jersey governor placed a phone call congratulating the president on his re-election, but the most awkward part is all Mitt Romney got was an email.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is making it easy for residents in the state to cast their ballots. The region has not quite recovered from Superstorm Sandy, prompting Christie to allow voting via email or by fax, as announced over the weekend. Voters can download a ballot before submitting it to their local county clerk’s office. […]