Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer gives his electoral projections on the night before the election. KRAUTHAMMER: People are talking about how difficult and narrow the Romney path is. I think it's not. You've got to start with one thing -- he's going to keep a solid South. I have every confidence he's going to win in Florida, in North Caro
Mitt Romney spoke to ESPN's Chris Berman about the campaign trail, sports and running the 2002 Winter Olympics. "You see people who when they're pushed to their limit are able to dig extraordinary deep ... with determination, and passion, conviction, sometimes patriotism, loyalty to their teammates. It's a place where you see what is beneath the
"It's interesting. Political reporters are a lot like sports reporters," President Obama said in an interview with ESPN during halftime of Monday Night Football the night before the election. "You lose a game, and you're a bum. You win a game, you're a god. "And, the truth is, just like in sports, in politics, we're all human," Obama said. "We m
ANN COULTER: Screw the polls. Give me a break with this. The polls basically have these states -- it's a tie. It's a tie. Whenever you have a tie, a, the Republican wins; whenever you have a tie, totally separately, the challenger wins. Also, separately, you have the Bradley effect. When you have a white man running against a black man, and there i
Karl Rove sums up the final electoral map: 96 polls in 31 states. 10 states toward Romney. 13 toward Obama. Wisconsin goes from toss-up to Lean Obama. Trippi predicts Obama will win with 303 electoral votes while Romney collects a total of 235. Trippi gives Obama every swing state except North Carolina and Florida. Rove predicts Romney w
"We're not taking anything for granted, Anderson. You know, Pennsylvania has tightened, absolutely. You know, if I were working on the Romney campaign, I'd probably be giving it a shot, too," Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter said on CNN tonight.
Brit Hume, Steve Hayes, Kirsten Powers and Chris Wallace does a premortem on Tuesday's presidential election.
Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA): "The undecided voters are mostly women, and they are looking at this and they're very smart at the end of the day. They're going to come home to President Obama and the Democrats because these guys who are running, and I include Mitt Romney, who think so little of women and they're judgment, who have so little respect for
JAY-Z at Obama rally, 11/5/2012: I changed the lyric of this song, it goes like this: “If you're having world problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but Mitt ain't one." I didn’t get that vetted, so let’s do this real fast before they come up here and snatch me off this stage. Help me out.
"Now, tomorrow on November 6th, we come together for a better future. And on November 7th, we'll get to work," Mitt Romney said at a campaign rally on Monday.
From the YouTube description: Daughters ask their mothers to make the right choice so when they grow up they, not the government, will be able to make choices about their health and their bodies. A few months before I was born, my grandmother got pregnant. She was well over 50, and had two grown up sons including my father. She did not want to h
A pro-life heckler hijacked an Obama campaign rally in Cincinnati on Sunday. He was removed and dragged out by the police.
Dick Morris appeared on a special Sunday broadcast of FOX News' "On the Record" with host Greta van Susteren to reaffirm his prediction that Mitt Romney will win Tuesday's presidential election in a landslide. Morris discussed the states he b
MSNBC's Melissa Harris Perry: "I'm convinced there's a group of women for whom the so-called privileges of patriarchy are still quite seductive. The idea of what you need is sort of a strong man who will just sort of give you cover. 'Don't worry, honey, I know you don't want to work.' Right? Rather than a sense of, again, that full citizen equality
"I do expect that we're going to win. I do expect that we're going to have an advantage. I think we're going to win Iowa and I think we're going to win Ohio. And that should do it," former Governor and DNC chairman Howard Dean said on MSNBC's "Last Word" on Sunday.
"I know, from our campaign's perspective, we feel pretty good about where things are. Obviously what's left now, I'm in Wisconsin, we're about 47 and-a-half hours from the polls closing -- it's all about getting our voters out to the polls all day on Tuesday," Obama senior campaign adviser Robert Gibbs told CNN's Piers Morgan on Sunday. "I feel ver
"It can be expanded," Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter said about the electoral map. "I don't think there's any objective evidence that Mitt Romney has been able to expand that map. The thought of him going into Pennsylvania and winning Pennsylvania is just not based in reality."
The above video is from a September 12 interview "60 Minutes" did with President Obama in the wake of the terror attack on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. CBS decided against airing this segment in their original broadcast but released it on Sunday night, just two days before the election. In the interview, Obama would not clearly say whet