Virginia voters generally approve of the jobs being done by Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell and Democratic Sen. Mark Warner, but they don’t necessarily want to see either run for president.
It’s a month past Election Day 2012, and Barack Obama is still more than a month away from beginning his second term. Keep that in mind as you consider the latest from Public Policy Polling, which is a very, very, very early look ahead to the 2016 presidential race.
In 2000, US Senate Candidate and former Missouri Governor Mel Carnahan died in a plane crash two weeks before his election with US Senator from Missouri John Ashcroft
Unchain Wall Street. Put us back in chains. It’s OK to say one, but not the other. Shame on all y’all, really. The toothpaste is out of the tube, so it’s only going to get much, much worse between now and November. But that said, haven’t we all had it up to here and beyond with the negativity? This is what we get for putting in place a Supreme Court that felt it necessary to protect the rights of billionaires to spend as much money as they can to help their favored candidates win elections
Tuesday, Feb. 21 THE PRESIDENT: Hello! Good to see everybody. Please, have a seat. Have a seat. (Applause.) Good morning. I want to thank all of you for coming. I want to thank my outstanding Vice President, Joe Biden – (applause) – who is here today, and members of my administration for joining us. But [...]
As the world is captivated by the events in Japan and Libya, we are reminded of the fragility of life and the necessity of human freedom. We are able to live these moments in real time with live updates that suspend our minds with mouths agape. The danger we face in the constancy of human [...]
Thursday, Aug. 20 – Transcript of radio interview of President Obama with Michael Smerconish – Vice President Biden announces availability of nearly $1.2 billion in grants to help hospitals and doctors use electronic health records
- Press briefing with Robert Gibbs, Wednesday, July 1, 2009 – Pool report on Obama health-care town hall – Remarks of President Barack Obama at Health Care Town Hall in Annandale, Va., Wednesday, July 1, 2009 – Q-and-A from the health-care town hall – Vice President Biden launches broadband initiative
- Capitol Hill: Warner concludes visit to Middle East – Politics: Byrne endorses Deeds – Local News: Murder-suicide in Staunton – Capitol Hill: Biden calls for report on green economic opportunities – Capitol Hill: Senators announce education funding – Capitol Hill: Perriello pushes expanded health-care access for rural veterans – Event: Stuart Hall presents a [...]