02.10.2012 Hugo Chavez has said if he were American he would for Barack Obama, as he weighed in on the US presidential race. "If I were American, I'd vote for Obama," Mr Chavez said in a televised interview that aired Sunday.
06.11.2012 [Dallas Morning News (blog)] - Students in Irving ISD's mock presidential election handed President Barack Obama a landslide victory. According to results in the district's online voting effort called Project Vote, students cast 19,094 votes for Democratic incumbent Obama and 4,594
06.11.2012 [Fox News] - Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin joined Barack Obama's reelection campaign and stood beside first lady Michelle Obama at a rally in Orlando, Florida, on the eve of America's closest presidential elections in recent times. "This is my first time at a
06.11.2012 [Patriot Post] - Before he touted "revenge" as a motive for supporting his reapplication for the presidential job, Barack H. Obama wished voters to appreciate how icky-yucky he finds "top-down economics." He renewed the theme in his closing electoral appeal. "The folks
06.11.2012 [Daily News & Analysis] - No matter who clinches the US presidential polls, President Barack Obama is set to rake in millions of dollars, as a political scientist has put it: "Being a former president is a ticket to printing money." By delivering highly sought after speeches
06.11.2012 [Sidelion Report (blog)] - Oct 28 2012; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos and New Orleans Saints fans wearing masks of Mitt Romney (left) and Barack Obama (right) pose for a photo before the game at Sports Authority Field. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE
18.10.2012 Early in the second presidential debate at Hofstra University, President Barack Obama answered a question from a young voter seeking reassurance that he will be able to find a job after he graduates. Obama responded in ...
18.10.2012 President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney faced off in their second debate Tuesday night at Hofstra University in New York. Obama was under pressure to deliver after a widely-panned first ...
04.10.2012 View full sizeRepublican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama wave to the audience during the first presidential debate at the University of Denver, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012, in Denver.