President Barack Obama
After Tuesday’s election, America is essentially right where it was before voters went to the polls.
Police estimated the crowd at the IBEW Union Hall on Pittsburgh’s South Side at 500 Tuesday night as Democrats gathered to celebrate what they hoped were victories in the election.
History would suggest that winning Pennsylvania in Tuesday’s Presidential Election is an uphill climb for Republican nominee Mitt Romney. However, his campaign suggests there’s a growing GOP momentum in the Keystone State.
Didn’t get tickets to the Bruce Springsteen concert? You can see him for free at a campaign event for President Barack Obama.
Responding to questions posed by uncommitted voters, both President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney came out charging.
Pennsylvania could be back in play as a toss-up state in this year’s presidential election. That’s the opinion of 1,500 voters polled in the latest Quinnipiac University poll.
Statements on the passing of former Sen. Arlen Specter.
With shouts of “Four more years, four more years,” about 300 local women turned out to hear America’s Second Lady – Dr. Jill Biden – encourage Pennsylvania women to back the Obama-Biden ticket as the best bet for women in 2012.
U.S. Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chair of the Democratic National Party, says her visit to Pittsburgh this weekend is designed to shore up Pennsylvania as an Obama state.
DKA Radio’s Rob Pratte talks with political analyst Jon Delano, KDKA-TV Political Editor and host of the Sunday Business Page.
One week after Mitt Romney addressed his party – it’s Barack Obama’s turn. In a race that is deadlocked, it’s the President’s chance to convince undecided voters his way.
Bill Clinton is the feature act tonight but the warm-up comes when Randy Johnson of Bethel Park takes the stage to rip into Mitt Romney and Bain Capital for closing his plant in Indiana.
It was the appearance of 82-year old Clint Eastwood that seemed to create a lot of buzz when he engaged in a rambling ad lib conversation with an empty chair supposedly occupied by President Obama during the GOP Convention
A fired-up Mitt Romney entered the convention hall to accept his party’s nomination — and reinvigorate the Republican quest for the White House.
The Republican ticket is now all but set in the race for the White House as presidential candidate Mitt Romney revealed his running mate, Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan, Saturday morning.