The First 2012 Presidential Debate

The First 2012 Presidential Debate

Last night, Republican candidate, Mitt Romney, and Democratic candidate, Barack Obama, took to the stage at the University of Denver to debate their plans if elected (or re-elected) as president. Did you tune in? The debate covered topics from the middle class tax cuts, the creation of jobs, and Big Bird, to Medicare and social security,…

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Gallup’s U.S. Presidential Election Center

Gallup’s U.S. Presidential Election Center

Want to know how your choice of candidate currently stands in the election? How about which demographic is supporting your vote? Head over to Gallup for all the election survey facts. Gallup’s interactive U.S. Presidential Election Center not only lets you see which groups are voting Democratic or Republican this year, but it also lets you…

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The Cost of 2012 Election Ads

The Cost of 2012 Election Ads

According to NBC News, presidential hopefuls have spent $575 million so far on campaign ads in the states the two parties are battling to win over. The top states for spending are Florida ($117.4 million), Ohio ($112.1 million), and Virginia ($85.7 million). Click the names below to check out the policy touting (and sometimes competitor bashing)…

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