Is Biden in 2013 the start of Biden 2016?
January 20th, 2013
02:02 PM ET
2 years ago

Is Biden in 2013 the start of Biden 2016?

Washington (CNN) - Joe Biden's manner of celebrating the start of his second term may offer hints of where the vice president sees himself in four years.

The potential candidate for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination gave nods to both early voting states this weekend – attending an inaugural ball thrown by Iowa Democrats on Sunday, and inviting New Hampshire's newly elected Democratic governor to his official swearing-in ceremony on Sunday.

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Filed under: 2016 • Joe Biden
Romney, Obama react to fiscal cliff report
August 22nd, 2012
01:40 PM ET
2 years ago

Romney, Obama react to fiscal cliff report

(CNN) – A Congressional Budget Office report released Wednesday on the potentially dismal impact of the impending "fiscal cliff" prompted finger pointing from both parties, not surprisingly, blaming each other.

The White House placed blame for a gloomy economic outlook on Congressional Republicans and Mitt Romney, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, named President Barack Obama as the instigator of high projected deficits.
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Filed under: 2012 • Mitt Romney • Paul Ryan • President Obama
June 8th, 2012
03:37 PM ET
3 years ago

'The economy is not doing fine,' Obama clarifies

Washington (CNN) - President Barack Obama, walking back his assertion at a press conference the "private sector's doing fine," acknowledged Friday that "it is absolutely clear that the economy is not doing fine."

The struggling economy, he clarified, is "why I had the press conference."
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Filed under: President Obama
Incumbent outraised Democratic challenger in Wisconsin gubernatorial contest
May 29th, 2012
08:16 PM ET
3 years ago

Incumbent outraised Democratic challenger in Wisconsin gubernatorial contest

(CNN) – Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's campaign raised $5 million in the last month, while his recall election challenger - Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett - brought in $3.1 million, their campaigns said on Tuesday.

Just one week out from the election, Walker had $1.6 cash on hand and Barrett had nearly $1.5 available to spend in this campaign, which has so far attracted millions of dollars of outside spending.
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Filed under: Fundraising • Scott Walker • Tom Barrett • Wisconsin