For the first time ever, at least according to one poll, Romney is now leading Obama in Wisconsin. What happened?
As pundits continue to try and discern what the Wisconsin recall might mean for November’s general election, women voters may see their power ebb.
As Mitt Romney describes his plans for his administration, public workers — of whom women make up a large majority in many sectors — learn they will be left to fend for themselves.
With a new law on the books that says customers cannot be turned down for insurance coverage regardless of pre-existing conditions, the 2012 election could determine the fate of millions of Americans with illnesses and disabilities.
He’s the last man standing, but that doesn’t mean the most extreme of the anti-choice activists are willing to accept him.
Despite his refusal to take their pledge, the SBA announces they will endorse Romney because he’s going to be the nominee anyway.
Romney’s pandering to the anti-choice primary vote goes even further than ever.
Asked whether he would refuse to allow his own daughters to obtain abortions if raped, Santorum explains that despite the facts of the conception, the baby is still a “gift.”
Those Duggars sure are spending a lot of time on the campaign trail.
Now Rick Santorum isn’t “pro-life” enough to be president?