Originally published on Tue September 25, 2012 5:35 pm
One presidential candidate talked about slavery, the other of freedom.
And the speeches President Obama and Mitt Romney gave at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York on Tuesday were as different as the men themselves.
Many pundits and pollsters say that this year's Presidential race is already over: polls show Democratic President Barack Obama with a commanding lead over Republican challenger, Mitt Romney.
No matter how charismatic a candidate may be, it's not the individual who wins the Presidency, it's the team around him or her.
If you watched the political conventions of the past two weeks, did you find yourself nodding in agreement or shaking your head in disbelief during the many speeches given?
Today guest host Brian Ellison talks with the man he's sitting in for, Steve Kraske.
Amid a firestorm of criticism for his remarks about rape, Missouri Congressman Todd Akin refuses to withdraw from the race for U.S. Senator.
With the upcoming political conventions, candidates are banking not only on their platforms to win over voters, but on their personalities.