NASHUA, N.H. — Obama tried to sway voters in the anti-tax state by criticizing Romney for backing “cradle-to-grave” tax and fee hikes while Mass. governor.
BOSTON — Music might be the last and least expensive element added to campaign ads but its job is critical.
Our analyst writes: Obama’s strategy was to be prosecutorial, and he succeeded. Romney’s strategy was to be reassuringly presidential, and he too succeeded.
It may well be that the Romney strategy was to play for a tie on foreign policy, our analyst writes, because his team felt he has an edge on the domestic economy.
Follow along as President Obama and Mitt Romney square off in their third and final debate — on foreign policy.
WBUR’s Democratic analyst points out that recent history tells us that the only debate that can affect the presidential race is the first one.
WBUR’s Democratic analyst says the man opposed to an auto industry bailout got a fat federal bailout for the Olympic Games he ran.
NEWTON, Mass. — Democratic U.S. Rep. John Tierney and Republican challenger Richard Tisei held their fourth debate Thursday night.
BOSTON — The quotation, said in Tuesday’s debate, is causing some head scratching among women who were involved in the Romney administration’s appointee search.
Romney and Obama disagreed about taxes, how to reduce the deficit, energy, pay equity for women and health care.
WBUR’s Republican analyst examines two post-debate polls and says the debate was combative, but not conclusive.
WBUR’s Democratic analyst says Romney can’t quite get the word “Massachusetts” out of his mouth, but President Obama is going to clobber him in that state on Election Day.
BOSTON — Wednesday is the final day to register to vote in time for the Nov. 6 election.
Follow along as President Obama and Mitt Romney square off in a town hall-style debate.
WBUR’s analyst urges the president to be the person the audience wants him to be in Tuesday night’s debate.
WBUR’s analyst tries to anticipate what will happen Tuesday night.
Last night’s debate raised expectations and pressures for Obama and Romney. You can bet that both will be aware at the next debate that they’re being viewed in split screen.
Each side should feel good about their standard bearer, says WBUR’s analyst.
Follow along as Democratic Vice President Joe Biden and his Republican challenger, Rep. Paul Ryan, square off in a nationally televised debate.
WASHINGTON — Obama and his party reported a combined take of $181 million for September, their best fundraising month of the campaign.