Missouri’s Senate may be on the verge of an historic change. And if so, it likely can be attributed to one of the softest-spoken legislative leaders I’ve covered.
Here is Governor Romney’s concession Speech. Here is President Obama’s Victory Speech.
The year’s campaign season has provided a clear demonstration of the declining role of political parties.
Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill on Monday launched a Halloween-week ad casting her Republican challenger Todd Akin as “scary” because of his remarks about “legitimate rape.” Akin, meanwhile, is gaining some outside help in his quest to oust Missouri’s senior senator.
I remember how some have been magnanimous in defeat, while others have been bitter.
Promising to work with “good Democrats,” Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney called Friday for “bold changes” to help revive the economy as he began to outline a closing economic argument for voters.
Winner will fill vacancy created by Greg Carter’s death in August.
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Counter Democratic criticism by saying it’s President Obama, not Ryan, who’s actually out to destroy Medicare.
Romney Commits to Creating 12 Million Jobs