CLEVELAND, OH – Can your cookie preference predict who will win the presidential election? Of course not, but at Constantino’s Market downtown, they are offering up the candidates favorite cookies as a fun way to predict who will win on November 6. Presidents Obama’s cookie is described as chocolate chip with white, milk chocolate and mint chips. […]

(CNN) — Three debates down. Two weeks of campaigning to go. President Barack Obama put Republican challenger Mitt Romney on the defensive on foreign policy in the final presidential debate Monday night, with analysts and an immediate poll giving Obama the victory. With 15 days before the November 6 vote, the candidates now hit the […]

NEW YORK — If some conservatives could describe Mitt Romney’s performance during Monday night’s debate in only two words, it would be these: focus group. Throughout the night, they agreed, the Republican nominee seemed to be throwing out catchwords and phrases designed to appeal to the independent voters and women who might decide the election. […]

“[Mitt Romney] will bring back the foreign policy of the 1980s, the social policy of the 1950s and the economic policy of the 1920s.” —…

BOCA RATON, Fla. — Rahm Emanuel has often told the story, when early in his days as White House chief of staff, he mused aloud to President Barack Obama about the tough hand they’d been dealt. “Sir, this would be a lot easier if you didn’t have a giant recession and two wars to deal […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – An Election Day billboard battle rages on in Cleveland. A number of “Voting Fraud is a Felony” billboards were placed in inner city neighborhoods several weeks ago. The billboards, which many saw as an act of voter intimidation, were paid for by an anonymous, out-of-state client. Amid a growing number of complaints […]

Boca Raton, Florida (CNN) — President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney meet Monday night in the last of their three debates, this one focused on foreign policy. Unlike last week’s contentious town hall-style debate in which the candidates ambled around the stage and parried with each other, Obama and Romney will be seated […]

Ann Romney sat down with the ladies of “The View” on Thursday and answered some uncomfortable questions about her husband, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Originally, the Romneys were going to appear on “The View” together, after the Republican presidential candidate made less-than-flattering remarks about the show’s hosts. Gov. Romney canceled earlier this week, so […]

(WOIO) – On Monday, October 22, Vice President Biden will deliver remarks at grassroots events in Canton and Lorain. Tickets are available for the Vice President’s events in Canton and Lorain.  Each event is free and open to the public, but tickets are required for entrance.  No more than two tickets per person will be […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – It seems the more clever a political yard sign the more attention it gets.  But do supporters want all the heat that come with the territory? “I put the sign up today,” boosts Judd.  He only wants us to call him Judd and only say that he lives in Chagrin Falls.  […]

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. — President Barack Obama stepped onto the stage here on Long Island ready to brawl. Within moments, he had called a Mitt Romney assertion “not true” and ridiculed his opponent’s five-point plan as a one-point plan — that one point being that the wealthy play by one set of rules, while everyone else […]

The biggest winner during Tuesday night’s town hall presidential debate may have been “binders full of women.” In response to a question about what the candidates would do to address gender inequality in the workplace, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said that when he was governor and looking to fill his cabinet, women’s groups brought […]