The latest news on Carter, Jimmy
How does Bush's new low of 27 percent stack up against other U.S. presidents?
Jimmy Carter didn't "mingle with the right people," but Ronald Reagan did.
The Democratic nominee needs to make the connection between his values and his policies.
Jimmy Carter's speech is remembered for something he never said—we should recall what he did say.
On economics, Democratic campaign themes haven't changed much since 1980.
McClellan isn't the only one speaking out of school.
"A thrust provided by Southern ascendancy."
Today—six weeks after it all began—the polls are open and Pennsylvania voters finally get a chance to choose between the two bickering Democratic candidates. Hillary Clinton was the early favorite in the Keystone State, but since the campaigning in Pennsylvania, polls show Barack Obama has chiseled into her lead.
Today Pennsylvania will get another heavy dose of presidential politics as the Clintons—Hillary, Bill, and Chelsea—and Barack Obama and his surrogates crisscross the Keystone State one last time before tomorrow's primary. Hillary Clinton and her family will have separate campaign stops and then join up in Philadelphia.
Jewish voters still are unsure of the presidential candidate.