2012 Presidential Election
In an election cycle that saw billions spent on ads, we sift through the highlights, as well as the lowlights.
For Republicans, it may be the season to be jolly, but not optimistic.
A new analysis by the University of Arkansas reveals the fragmentation of the GOP.
Political gaffes, blunders, and missteps hurt a number of campaigns this election.
Republicans show they haven't learned much over the last four years, but Obama has.
How the White House uses Flickr to help shape opinion.
In a reversal from four years ago, President Barack Obama will accept unlimited sums of money from corporations and individuals to pay for events surrounding his inauguration, a spokeswoman said Friday.
Conservative super PACs worked together to coordinate their messaging and advertising against President Barack Obama.
Republicans look to build support from the bottom up when it comes to policy.
The subject line "Hey" brought in millions for the campaign, while 'I'm Not Mitt' failed.