Romney rattles off only four of his patented series of bullet-point answers at the Hofstra debate versus 10 in Denver.
A new SurveyUSA poll finds Michele Bachmann leading by single digits among likely voters against political novice and hotelier Jim Graves, 50 to 41 percent. Should Bachmann prevail by a similar margin on Election Day, it will continue a tradition…
Libertarian hopefuls in Michigan and Missouri are on pace to notch the best ever showing for a non-major party U.S. Senate candidate in their respective states.
Despite dozens of interruptions and multiple smirks and laughs, Joe Biden made a careful point to frequently refer to his vice-presidential debate opponent Paul Ryan as his ‘friend.’ The former Democratic U.S. Senator called Congressman Ryan his friend 14 times…
Two-thirds of battleground state maps have changed over the past month, yielding 10 different maps across 12 different media outlets.
The popular media outlet’s political reporting is ripe with stories boasting compendiums of visuals in groupings of 5 and 10; BuzzFeed is also a fan of the numbers 6, 8, 11, and 15.
Nixon, Reagan, Bush 41, and Obama all praised Sesame Street during their administrations, but only Clinton cited Muppets by name, rallying to Big Bird’s defense during the 104th Congress.
The president blinked at a rate of 71 times per minute while speaking during Wednesday’s debate – 1,000 times more frequently than Romney (53 per minute).
Wednesday evening’s presidential debate was just the second debate this cycle in which Mitt Romney wore a red tie for the proceedings. The former Massachusetts governor wore blue ties for 18 of the 19 Republican presidential primary debates in which…
The president receives more than 4 minutes more face time than Romney during the first debate, or a 12 percent greater amount than the GOP nominee.