The outspoken politico, who ruffled Republican feathers by praising President Obama's response to Hurricane Sandy, continues to stir rumors about a potential 2016 presidential run.
The absolutely shocking things we learned from the 2012 election is that 1) Romney probably lost because he lost the South and 2) Republicans can’t count on the South to deliver wins anymore.
Energy, climate change, drug policy and gun control legislation are important issues, but they are not going to define Obama’s second term.
As of Friday, Romney had a total of 60,221,746 votes. McCain received 59,948,323 popular votes in 2008.
Virginia became one of the country's newest swing states in 2008, making it a hot race to watch again in 2012. Follow live for updates on the presidential race and down-ballot contests.
What does President Obama's re-election mean for people of color, minorities and immigrant populations around the world?
In the aftermath of the election, concern about issues of diversity within the electorate have shifted to include diversity within our representative bodies. How can the GOP expand its reach?
While pundits and politicians alike focused on getting out the vote before the election, the role of slower forms of political activism and organizing, online and off, must not be forgotten.