By Maria Brophy —10/22/08
Republican presidential candidate John McCain is on a mission. There
are only 12 days until the national election and the self-described
Maverick is hoping to rally New Hampshire’s swing voters.
By David Carty — 9/04/08 Thursday morning, police arrested 102
protesters and booked 15 in downtown Minneapolis according to the
Joint Information Center. Of the arrests, 100 were for misdemeanors
and 2 were gross misdemeanors.
By Madeira Ginley — 9/03/08 It
wasn’t meant to be. Last January former Arkansas Governor Mike
Huckabee had won the Iowa GOP caucus. So he had hoped to be accepting
the party’s presidential nomination on Wednesday night.
By Elyce Taylor — 9/03/08 Mitt
Romney knows the remedy. Wednesday night the former Massachusetts
Governor spoke passionately to his party in St. Paul, Minnesota about
his belief in John McCain. Romney called the Arizona Senator “a
prescription for every American who wants change.”
By Elyce Taylor 9/02/08 — The Presidency has spoken. Tuesday
night the Republican National Convention was back to business as usual
after cutting down on its festivities and speakers because of
Hurricane Gustav’s path through Louisiana.
By Elyce Taylor 9/02/08 — Kickoff night of the Republican
National Convention was changed considerably due to touchdown of
Hurricane Gustav in the Gulf Coast. Instead of keynote addresses
regarding GOP reform, First Lady Laura Bush and First Lady hopeful
Cindy McCain joined together and appealed to their party for financial
By Elyce Taylor — 8/31/08 John McCain’s next move is critical.
Monday is supposed to be the uplifting kickoff for his party’s
convention. But now the Republican nominee’s Presidential campaign
agenda has been overshadowed by the fast approach of Hurricane Gustav
toward the Gulf Coast. All eyes are on Senator McCain as painful
memories of Hurricane Katrina’s devastation linger in Americans’
By Kailani Koenig-Muenster
— 8/27/08 Senator Joe Biden will speak at the Democratic National
Convention tonight in Denver. The Democrat from Delaware is Barack
Obama’s running mate. Late last night Biden walked around the stage
and podium after the majority of the delegates had left.
By Kailani Koenig-Muenster — 8/27/08
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is scheduled to arrive
here in Denver tomorrow morning. Right now he is still
campaigning in Montana. He is holding a discussion with military
families. It is called “Securing America’s Future.” Last
night he was in Montana watching the DNC proceedings in a supporter’s
By Elyce Taylor — 8/26/2008 Mark Warner says
technology is a top priority. Warner gave the keynote speech Tuesday
night at the DNC. The former Virginia governor called upon the
Democratic party to invest in science and technology. He electrified
the crowd with success stories.
The Iowa Caucuses are over and 2 clear winners are basking in the moment. Illinois Senator Barack Obama (D) and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee (R) are the official winners of the 2008 Iowa Caucuses.
By Dave Detling 1/01/08
— Last week’s assassination of Benazir Bhutto has brought foreign
politics back to the campaign forefront. Matters that were once center
stage had all but disappeared, until now.
By Angela Campion 12/30/07 — John
Edwards had fighting words for voters in Boone, Iowa. And they had to
do with corporations. He urged the crowd to join him in his fight to
change the country. He blames corporate greed for destroying the
By Elyce Taylor 12/30/07 — Sen. John Edwards and
family were at the Giggling Goat in Boone today. A WEBN crew was
there as Edwards electrified the crowd and denounced corporate greed,
the war in Iraq, and the lack of affordable health care. Edwards was
surrounded by his family: wife Elizabeth, daughters Cate and Emma
Claire, and son Jack. More to come…