Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine Campaign In PittsburghHillary Clinton and her running mate, Tim Kaine, made a campaign stop at Taylor Allderdice High School Saturday.
Clinton, Kaine Announce Another Pittsburgh Campaign StopDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is making another campaign stop in Pittsburgh ahead of Election Day.
Kaine Praises Pittsburgh, Takes On Trump During Visit To CMUAt least 300 supporters warmly greeted Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine to the campus of Carnegie Mellon University.
More Campaign Stops Announced For Pittsburgh AreaAs Election Day nears, more campaign stops have been announced in the Pittsburgh area.
Kaine Attacks, Pence Fights Back In VP DebateTim Kaine and Mike Pence, who have received little attention in a race focused on the top two candidates, faced off for 90 minutes in the only vice presidential debate of the campaign.
President Bill Clinton To Make Campaign Stop In PittsburghAs Election Day gets closer, more and more campaign stops are being announced for Pittsburgh.
Joe Biden, Tim Kaine Speak At Labor Day ParadeVice President Joe Biden returned to Pittsburgh, joined by Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, to speak at the Labor Day parade downtown Monday morning.
Clinton Lays Out Strategy For Winning Western PennsylvaniaWith 20 electoral votes, Pennsylvania is a big prize for any presidential candidate.
Exclusive: Clinton Talks About Revitalizing Local Coal, Steel IndustriesAfter meeting Senator Tim Kaine and greeting presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, KDKA's Jon Delano went right to the point.
Clinton Focuses On Jobs, Economy At Pittsburgh RallyHillary Clinton and her running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine, got down to the business of winning Pennsylvania this weekend.
Democratic Candidates Clinton-Kaine Campaign Bus Tour Making Stop In PittsburghHillary Clinton and her running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine, are wasting no time in bringing their campaign to blue-collar voters in western Pennsylvania.
Obama Boosts Clinton; Kaine Mocks Trump On 3rd Night Of DNCTheir political fates now entwined, President Barack Obama is imploring voters to elect Hillary Clinton to the White House, appealing to the women, minorities and young people who powered his rise and are now crucial to hers.