At a campaign event in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton shredded Scott Walker and the Republican Party for gleefully cutting funding to higher education.
Sanders could win the two early contests on the strength of white liberal voters, but Clinton still holds the advantage nationally.
The latest Morning Consult poll of New Hampshire found that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is running closer than the experts expected to Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire. Sanders trails Clinton by just ten points, 42%-32% in the Granite State.
At a craft brewery in Hampton, New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton called out her Republican presidential opponents for sacrificing American jobs to appease the billionaire Koch Brothers and talk radio Tea Party extremists.
At a roundtable in New Hampshire, former Governor Jeb Bush (R-FL) announced that his last name is not his problem, it's yours. And you need to get over it.
Sanders' positive campaign is refreshing, and he is avoiding the strategic errors committed by the Ralph Nader 2000 insurgent campaign.
In an interview with Glenn Beck, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker suggested that he wants to find ways to further limit legal immigration.
With his political aspirations on the ropes, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is calling for cuts to social security.
Even when the right tries to explain racism, they end up being racist. They are all in agreement that there are black criminals and bad cops. Funny thing, a cop who commits a crime, is indicted, found guilty and is serving time, well, they are a bad apple.
During a Republican rally in New Hampshire Sunday night, New Hampshire GOP Chairperson Jennifer Horn tried to energize Republican voters by telling them to push Democrats' heads under water "until they cannot breathe anymore."
Don't believe Republicans. Ladies, if a Republican says he has your back, clench; it's not because he wants to give you a back rub.
In a blog post written Friday for NH Insider, Republican New Hampshire State Rep. Steve Vaillancourt disparaged Rep. Ann Kuster (D-NH) over her looks, claiming that she is "ugly as sin" and that she "looks more like a drag queen than most men in drag."
In an article that ran Wednesday in the Washington Post, Sean Sullivan pointed out that during his time in the Senate, Brown missed all six hearings that the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee held, even though Brown was a committee member
After showing Scarborough ranting about Mrs. Clinton's book tour and making appearances in early primary states while not announcing her intentions to run, Stewart gloriously took down Scarborough and highlighted his complete and total hypocrisy.
On Monday afternoon, Donald Trump sent out a tweet endorsing New Hampshire GOP Senate candidate Scott Brown in his race against the Democratic incumbent, Senator Jeanne Shaheen. The only problem is that he actually referred to a Rhode Island state lawmaker, State Sen. Jim Sheehan.
A new poll released Thursday by Suffolk University and the Boston Herald shows that Republican Scott Brown trails Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) by 10 points in his bid to defeat the incumbent.
The sinking Scott Brown for Senate in New Hampshire campaign suffered another blow when they sent out a press release attacking Sen. Jeanne Shaheen for not appearing with Obama in her backyard. The problem is that Obama was in Massachusetts, not New Hampshire.
The Republican rape triplets running for the senate took a big hit last night. The War on Women was a bad move for Republicans.
The swing state of Nevada is pumped up. 11,200 people waited in line during 90 degree heat to see Obama yesterday in Las Vegas.
In the span of a little over a day, there have been 3 blatant examples of Republican racism including Newt Gingrich and John Sununu