Gay Republican groups lashed out at President Obama, deeming the president’s reversal too little, too late.
A felon incarcerated in Texas took one in three votes away from President Obama in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary.
In order to move “forward,” the Obama campaign reached backward on Saturday.
Forget all that other stuff you heard from Team Obama on Mitt Romney, the flip-flopper.
President Obama's reelection campaign used Rick Santorum's decision to drop out of the GOP race as part of its attacks on Mitt Romney.
"It’s no surprise that Mitt Romney finally was able to grind down his opponents under an avalanche of negative ads. But neither he nor his special interest allies will be able to buy the presidency with their negative attacks," Obama reelection campaign manager Jim Messina said in a statement.
The Obama campaign accused Mitt Romney of using loopholes and tax shelters to keep his assets hidden from public view.
President Obama told a small but well-heeled gathering at an Atlanta fundraiser he needs their help to win the White House again.
President Obama's fortunes have improved, but the election will be determined in 12 swing states with troubled economies.
SAN FRANCISCO — President Obama had a chance to use his pipes and sing another Al Green tune at a fundraiser Thursday night but he passed up the opportunity.
Obama — who made headlines last month for singing the first line of Green's popular hit "Let's Stay Together," at the famed Apollo Theater in New York — could have sung a duet with Green, who attended a fundraiser here on Thursday night.
President Obama said Tuesday night that he is convinced the nation is on the right track but the road to his reelection will be a "tough" one.
The president said his campaign would be challenged by the "economic reality" but "not because of the ideas of the other side."
Speaking to an intimate crowd of donors who paid more than $35,000 per couple to attend the fundraiser, Obama acknowledged that many Americans have gone through "three years of really tough times."
"They don't experience the economy in some abstract way,” Obama said, speaking at the Maryland home of Stewart Bainum, the chairman of Choice Hotels International. “They experience it in terms of not being able to find a job, or their house being underwater, or their kids having to come back, even after they've gotten a college education, in tens of thousands of dollars in debt and still not being able to find a job.