Romney praises Christie disaster response
November 4th, 2012
09:58 PM ET
1 year ago

Romney praises Christie disaster response

Morrisville, Pennsylvania (CNN) - If Mitt Romney is upset with Gov. Chris Christie for praising President Obama, he didn't show it Sunday night.

In fact, the GOP presidential candidate singled out the fiery New Jersey governor in a speech to 25,000 outside Philadelphia, lauding Christie's response to Superstorm Sandy.
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Filed under: 2012 • Chris Christie • Mitt Romney
November 4th, 2012
09:06 PM ET
1 year ago

Video: How Senate battle affects big issues

(CNN) - Tom Foreman is in CNN's Virtual Senate to explain the impact of the Senate race.


Filed under: 2012 • Senate
Paul Ryan rallies GOP in Minnesota
November 4th, 2012
08:55 PM ET
1 year ago

Paul Ryan rallies GOP in Minnesota

Minneapolis, Minnesota (CNN) - Republicans in Democratic-leaning Minnesota made a show of force when Paul Ryan campaigned in the state two days before Election Day.

The Minneapolis rally with Mitt Romney's vice presidential running mate drew an impressive and enthusiastic crowd – it was one of Ryan's largest solo events since he joined the ticket – gives Republicans anecdotal evidence that their map to 270 electoral votes could be expanding.
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Filed under: 2012 • Minnesota • Paul Ryan
November 4th, 2012
08:00 PM ET
1 year ago

CNN/ORC Poll – November 2-4 – Final Pre-Election Poll

TOPICS: Presidential election

Full results (pdf)


Filed under: CNN Poll Archive • Extra
November 4th, 2012
08:00 PM ET
1 year ago

CNN National Poll: Dead heat between Obama and Romney

Washington (CNN) – It's all tied up, according to a new national poll released two days before the presidential election.

And the CNN/ORC International survey not only indicates a dead heat in the race for the White House, but also on almost every major indicator of President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney that was tested in the poll.
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Filed under: 2012 • CNN/ORC International poll • Mitt Romney • Polls • President Obama
Poll: Rehberg holds edge over Tester in Montana Senate race
November 4th, 2012
07:41 PM ET
1 year ago

Poll: Rehberg holds edge over Tester in Montana Senate race

(CNN) – While the focus may be on the presidential race as the days wind down to November 6, a poll released Sunday showed a close race in the battle for U.S. Senate in Montana.

The poll conducted for Lee Newspapers indicates Republican Rep. Denny Rehberg holding onto a slight advantage with 49% support among likely Montana voters to Democrat incumbent Sen. Jon Tester's 45%. Rehberg's edge is within the survey's sampling error.
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Filed under: 2012 • Montana
Biden: Republicans will be less partisan under second term for Obama
November 4th, 2012
07:31 PM ET
1 year ago

Biden: Republicans will be less partisan under second term for Obama

(CNN) – Vice President Joe Biden on Sunday predicted a clear Election Day victory for the Democratic presidential ticket and argued Washington will see less partisan gridlock under a second term for President Barack Obama.

Putting the blame on the GOP, Biden maintained Republicans will feel less "controlled" by the far-right wing of the party, saying "I think you're going to see the fever break."
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Filed under: 2012 • Congress • Joe Biden
Washington Redskins lose, San Francisco Giants win, election results still unclear
November 4th, 2012
07:21 PM ET
1 year ago

Washington Redskins lose, San Francisco Giants win, election results still unclear

Washington (CNN) – Just two days before Election Day, four major sports superstitions for presidential election outcomes yield little clarity to who will in on Tuesday.

For years, election watchers have been looking for correlations between sports and the presidency, and expectedly a few have been found.
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From the campaign trail
November 4th, 2012
06:39 PM ET
1 year ago

5 things to watch in the Latino vote

Las Vegas, Nevada (CNN) - It is already a historic political year for Latinos, who are expected to have a big impact on the election in key states.

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney made extraordinary efforts to court the Latino vote, which included their participation at a forum organized by a Spanish-speaking television network that allowed the two to speak directly to the fastest-growing voting bloc.

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Filed under: 2012 • Latinos
National Poll: Obama 50%, Romney 47%
November 4th, 2012
06:30 PM ET
1 year ago

National Poll: Obama 50%, Romney 47%

(CNN) – A national poll released Sunday showed President Barack Obama with an edge over Republican nominee Mitt Romney in the last couple days of the 2012 presidential campaign.

The Pew Research Center poll indicates Obama with 50% support among likely voters nationwide and Romney with 47% in their final pre-election survey.
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