Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney‘s running mate Paul Ryan mocked President Barack Obama‘s decision to publish a 19-page booklet highlighting the policies he will be pursuing if he is elected to serve a second term. The Wisconsin representative was addressing a 1,000-strong crowd in Bristol, Virginia, when he dismissed the president’s program.
President Barack Obama outraised Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney for the first time in four months in August, according to reports filed with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) on Monday.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national poll published on Sunday shows that Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has overtaken his Democratic opponent, as he benefits from the usual convention ‘bounce.’ The GOP, which held its national convention last week, saw Mr. Romney‘s wife, Ann, give a speech about the ‘real Mitt.’Last Thursday, the former Massachusetts governor accepted his party’s nomination.
The Romney campaign released its latest Internet video on Monday attacking President Barack Obama‘s economic record over the past three and a half years. The video contains footage dating back to July 14, 2009 which shows Mr. Obama telling his audience at Macomb Community College in Warren, Mich., that he was ready to tackle the challenges ahead and to put an end to the economic crisis that was hurting most Americans.
Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney‘s campaign released an Internet video on Sunday in an attempt to further emphasize the fact that Barack Obama is out of touch with the U.S. economy. On Friday, the president stated that the private sector was in good shape.
President Barack Obama‘s re-election campaign has moved up a gear this week. After recently attacking former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney‘s 1990s stint at the head of Bain Capital, a private-equity firm, the president’s senior adviser is now focusing on the Republican presidential candidate’s record as governor of the Bay State between 2003 and 2007.
Billionaire investor and philanthropist Warren Buffett has come out in defense of Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney after he acknowledged last week that his personal income tax rate was “probably” in the region of 15 percent. The former Massachusetts governor will release his 2010 tax return as well as rough estimates for 2011 on Tuesday.
The U.S. Treasury is taking steps to avoid breaching the debt ceiling, currently set at $15.194 trillion. President Obama told Congress on Jan. 12 that his administration was nearing its borrowing limit, forcing the Treasury to rein in spending.
The latest Wall Street Journal / NBC News poll released this week shows that the majority of GOP voters would vote for Newt Gingrich as opposed to Mitt Romney. The survey was conducted among 1,000 adults.
The poll reveals that 40 percent of likely GOP voters currently back former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, compared with 23 percent who prefer former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. If, at this moment in time, Mr. Gingrich and Mr. Romney went head to head, the former House speaker would receive a massive 59 percent of the votes, against 36 for the former governor.