In the recent election, millionaires like Donald Trump and Jeffery Katzenberg tried to grease the political wheels with their contributions toward "super PACs," which can accept and spend huge amounts of money on political races. However, only three out of 10 of the most expensive Senate races were successful in placing a well-greased candidate into position, according to recent campaign
The 2012 presidential election concluded on Nov. 6, and after clinching 303 electoral votes, President Barack Obama will return to the Oval Office for his second term. After one of the most heated battles in campaign history, President Obama delivered his victory speech in Chicago, Ill., saying, "Tonight you voted for action, not politics as usual ... I am looking forward to reaching out and
Following a win in the state of Ohio, Barack Obama is being projected as the winner of the 2012 presidential race. To celebrate, Obama tweeted the above photo of himself embracing Michelle with the words, "Four more years."
Aaaaaaand the drama begins. This video footage was taken by a man trying to cast a vote for Barack Obama in Pennsylvania (an important swing state). We say "trying" because the machine doesn't make it particularly possible to actually vote for Obama -- every time the man tries, his vote is cast for Romney.
It's Election Day, and country music's biggest stars are joining the push to make sure every eligible voter takes time to get to the polls before they close tonight. The importance of the election is clear to every concerned American.
Country singers are becoming more and more vocal about who they'll choose on Election Day. Sara Evans likes Mitt Romney. Trace Adkins agrees. Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks is voting for Barack Obama, while Ronnie Dunn seems to be on the fence. Who will you vote for today, Election Day 2012?
Well, it's finally Election Day here in the old Land of the Free, and what better way to give yourself a pat on the back for getting out there and casting your all-important vote than with some free stuff, right?
Election day is here and it's time to go vote, but where do I go? If you know your precinct number the corresponding polling location is listed below. However, If you're like me, I don't know what my precinct number is. Not a problem, simply enter some basic information (like name and birth date or license number) into the States VoteTexas.gov website and it will give you, your precinct number. Pl