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January 01, 1990 - January 14, 2013 + To the Point
Republicans have cracked down on "voter fraud." Democrats insist it’s “voter suppression.” Will the election be won or lost not in the voting booth but...
Both Democrats and Republicans are campaigning with traditional appeals to "the Middle Class." Do party platforms offer credible promises to achieve "the American Dream?"
President Obama traded the dramatic "hope and promises" of four years ago for running on his record as he accepted his party's nomination last night...
President Obama has a new and different challenge tonight: matching last night's nominating speech by former President Bill Clinton...
First Lady Michelle Obama got the spotlight last night and brought down a house full of more than 5000 delegates. We hear highlights and hear...
The DNC opens today in Charlotte, North Carolina. With so many people still hurting, what can the President do to bring disappointed voters back to...
With the Democratic Convention underway tomorrow, we discuss the Party's unsettled relations with organized labor and about the issue of race in America.
In his speech accepting the GOP nomination, Mitt Romney tried to present his "human" side, rally the base and reach out to swing voters. Did...
We hear excerpts from Paul Ryan's national coming-out speech and sample a range of opinions. Also, Condoleezza Rice on foreign policy and the appeal to...
Hurricane Isaac cancelled Monday's session, but last night the GOP made prime time. We hear reaction to speeches by Ann Romney and New Jersey Governor...
A look at how money and influence meet in Republican politics, and the diversity that makes Florida a swing state with seniors, Hispanics and evangelicals.
Tropical Storm Isaac may not be headed for Tampa, but it has disrupted the Republican National Convention.
The last time a party "nominating convention" actually nominated a presidential candidate was in 1976, but that doesn’t mean today's TV extravaganzas aren't important.
Political platforms are exercises in democracy that give voice to grassroots activists. Do both parties share the risk of platforms that cater to narrow constituencies?
Congressman Todd Akin (R-MO) won the nomination for a US Senate seat without support of the party establishment. Now he's defied Mitt Romney's request that...