After hundreds of rallies, thousands of miles flown back and forth across the US by the presidential candidates, and billions of dollars in political advertising, the 2012 election campaign has entered its final 24 hours as voters prepare to deliver their verdict on Tuesday.
On the eve of the 2012 US presidential elections, leading candidates Mitt Romney and Barack Obama met in a dead heat as the final national polls came in.
The most important issue on table during the elections is economy. The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows that 80 percent of voters rate the economy as “very important” to how they will vote in the next election.
With less than 48 hours before Election Day and billions spent on the election, President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney are in their final push for the White House.
President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney crisscrossed the election battleground states hunting for a path to 270 electoral votes on the final weekend of their campaigns.
John Koster, a Republican congressional candidate in Washington state, said Sunday that "the rape thing" is not a good enough reason for a woman to have an abortion, the Associated Press reported.
There's nothing like a natural disaster to test the depth of politicians' preference for small government. And so it turns out that after Superstorm Sandy battered the East Coast, Mitt Romney is far more supportive of the government agency in charge of coordinating disaster relief.