That which television cameras fail to capture is often the best part.
When voters gave the president four more years, questions about the 2008 election were answered once and for all. It wasn’t a fluke. In fact, it’s paved the way for a new American era.
Straying very little from his 2008 strategy, Obama pulls off a well-oiled re-election campaign. But the nation remains divided and the Republicans are still left pondering an uncertain future.
We deserve a system that is more consistent with our democratic values and less prone to yielding anomalous results.
Just be sure you don’t take the right to vote for granted. Our grandmothers didn’t.
A vote for Mitt Romney is a vote for real change – change that will get America back on track fiscally and preserve the American Dream for future generations.
I want to know that my president is focused on protecting the public interest, ensuring that the people will be heard, and that he, above all else, will work to restore the sense that we are all in this together.
Scott Brown has a moderate voting record and deserves more time to cement his position as a centrist voice on our increasingly partisan national stage.
Elizabeth Warren has all three of the vital qualities we need in a U.S. senator: conviction, foresight and tenacity.
Channeling the commander in chief, Steve Almond tries his hand at speech-writing and makes a final pitch to voters.