A billboard telling Spanish-speaking voters I.D. is required on election day is adding to confusion over the law in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania isn’t the only state seeing billboards and other forms of voter intimidation. Rev. Al Sharpton explains. watch
The right-wing is unhappy with how Tuesday’s debate turned out, and is blaming the questions, the moderator, and the time given to each candidate for Mitt Romney’s performance. Radio host Joe Madison and Maria Teresa Kumar, President of Voto Latino... watch
When asked how he would fix inequality in the work place, Mitt Romney responded with a story about his time as governor that ended with him describing using “binders full of women” during a hiring process. What does this say about his attitude towards... watch
Tuesday night's debate certainly met expectations for being a more spirited battle. Both candidates fought hard, and there were many memorable moments, but the line that seems most memorable today is Mitt Romney's "binders full of women." read more
In a battle over big ideas, it’s the little things that can have the most impact on a campaign. Erin McPike of Real Clear Politics and Dana Milbank of the Washington Post discuss pass presidential debate moments, and what those moments carry to the polls. watch
After his first debate with Mitt Romney, critics complained that President Obama was “too polite”. The president has shown he can pack a political punch in the past, but how aggressive will he be? Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Chairwoman of the DNC,... watch
Vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan stopped at a soup kitchen in Ohio for photo op that didn’t go as planned. Ryan showed up after breakfast was over, and according to volunteers, washed the dirty dishes that had been left specifically for him. Ezra... watch
President Obama and Mitt Romney will face off in their second debate. After a lackluster performance at the first debate, what does Obama need to do to win? Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean talks with Rev. Al Sharpton about what to expect from the... watch
President Obama is in attack mode.
The commander-in-chief will go on offense and call Mitt Romney out over his abortion stance during Tuesday night's presidential debate, NBC's Kristen Welker reports, citing sources close to the campaign. Obama also will argue that Romney misrepresented his views during the first debate, when he portrayed himself as a moderate, according to the report. read more
Regardless of how the candidates perform at Tuesday night's second presidential debate, the Hofstra University event in Hempstead, New York, will be different from the first face-off in at least one way: style.
This will not be the loosely moderated Jim Lehrer affair we saw two weeks ago. This will be a town hall style debate, and questions will come from the people—specifically residents of Long Island's Nassau County who were randomly chosen by Gallup. read more
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined a request from Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted to get involved in the battle over early voting on the three days leading up to Election Day. The decision will make voting easier for hundreds of thousands of Ohioans. read more
The 2nd match-up between Pres. Obama and Mitt Romney at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. is important for both candidates. Romney has been inching closer to Obama in the polls almost every day since their first debate and both candidates have something to prove tonight. read more