Charles Krauthammer opines on President Obama's victory. Krauthammer: I know enough about psychiatry that I don’t get between Karl Rove and the decision desk. I’ll leave the titans to fight it out. It is pretty clear that -- the chances are infinitesimal that Romney could pull this out. I think the real story here is that Obama won but he’
Karl Rove argues with Michael Barone and FOX News' decision, along with all major news outlets, to call Ohio and the race for President Obama.
“Oh, well, I’m disappointed in some of [the race outcomes], of course,” FOX News personality Sarah Palin said the network tonight. “Still, cross my fingers, waiting to hear about Ohio because we know that’s paramount — the road to the White House for Romney. And yet, the realization at this point is that those Bain Capital ads that vote
MSNBC contributor Howard Fineman explains why Paul Ryan didn’t appeal to the Reagan Democrats in the Rust Belt.
GEORGE WILL: "During the Republican nominating process, the party turned first to one person and then to another to try and avoid what turned out to be inevitable. If there's a winner tonight, it's the Senator from Florida, Marco Rubio because all eyes are now going to be turned to him as a man who might have a way to broaden the demographic app
CHUCK TODD: The story of this election is -- I know some Republicans are going to talk about Sandy. The story of this election is demographics. The Republican party have not kept up with the changing face of America. That explains Florida, that explains what's going on in Colorado, that explains, frankly, what's going on in Virginia and North Carol
According to exit polling data, 59 % of Ohio voters approved of the auto bailout, which could be a tipping point among white working class men for President Barack Obama.
CNN's Mark Preston explains that 20 of the most important races for the House are ready to be called for Republicans.
Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown (R) concedes the race to Elizabeth Warren (D).
Democratic incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill, once predicted to dramatically lose her seat in the U.S. Senate to challenger Rep. Todd Akin, R-Mo., has held on to her seat in the senate. McCaskill spoke to supporters to celebrate and thank them for their support.
PBS: At one point considered a sure win for Republicans in Missouri, Todd Akin lost the senate race to his Democratic challenger Claire McCaskill. After making controversial comments about rape, Todd Akin lost the support of many within the Republican Party and failed to overcome the negative response to his comments. Akin concedes in this speech t
Former Texas Solicitor General and Tea Party favorite Ted Cruz won the open U.S. Senate seat in Texas left vacated by Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison. This follows a surprise upset in the GOP primary when Cruz won the nomination over Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst.
Harvard Law professor Elizabeth Warren defeated Sen. Scott Brown in the tight Massachusetts Senate race. Warren addressed supporters on Election Day after polls closed and victory became clear.
"Given the vote and the leading in the polls in Ohio, the only way he can lose is if people are prevented from casting their ballots. Either by voting machines that aren't functioning right or other forms of harassment," former DNC chair and presidential candidate Howard Dean said on MSNBC Tuesday morning.
On MSNBC's "Last Word" tonight, activist and filmmaker Michael Moore discussed what he believes is the origins of voter suppression and how to get people who aren't going to vote to change their minds. "Voter suppression was one of the founding principles of this country. Our Founding Fathers suppressed the vote by saying only white male propert
CNN's Wolf Blitzer projects that President Barack Obama has won reelection. Every other major broadcast and cable network has projected President Obama won enough electoral votes for another term.
CNN's John King breaks down the counties in Virginia, Ohio and Colorado that will be critical on Election Day.
President Obama is not recognized by a potential voter he called to make sure they come out and vote. "I don't think she knows it's me right now," Obama said about the call. "My name was Barack Obama, you know, the president of the United States," he reminded the caller.
Dick Morris once again reaffirmed his prediction that Mitt Romney will win by a landslide. This time he shared what he thinks is the likelihood of a Romney win and a Romney landslide. On FOX News' "America Liv
Daily Show: Television pundits and former Republican presidential candidates make election predictions for which they will not be held accountable.
O'Reilly looks at the choice Americans face in the presidential race.
Chris Matthews and his panelists discuss the election in Florida.
Rachel Maddow and Dan Rather disccuss the presidential race.