The president looked to rally midterm voters by harkening back to his '08 campaign messaging.
Justin Sink 09/19/14 04:01 PM EDT
Amid reports the DNC chair had fallen out of favor, he greeted her with a kiss on the cheek.
The GOP heavyweights hope to assist a senator who's seen his ballot get more competitive.
Clinton made her case for doubling down on efforts to bring women to the table.
The Va. Democrat repeatedly touted policy positions that had gotten him in trouble with his party.
It was the vice president's third gaffe this week that distracted from his message.
NRCC Chairman Greg Walden (Ore.) said terrorism concerns are becoming important in '14.
DNC chairwoman didn't address reports she’s fallen out of favor with prominent Democrats.
New NRCC ads are focused on the terrorist threat in the Middle East and border security.
The Hawkeye State's senior senator has become his party’s go-to surrogate in tough races.