The jobless rates in Florida, Nevada, Colorado and North Carolina are above the national average of 9 percent.
The move by the teachers union shows that labor, an ally of Democrats, is gearing up for the 2012 campaign.
Welcome to Bizarro Washington, where Republicans are trusted to lead on the economy and a Democratic president killed bin Laden.
Boehner is right: If gas is $5 or $6 a gallon next fall, President Obama will likely lose his reelection bid.
President Obama’s approval ratings are plummeting, and the timing is terrible for the White House.
The protracted fight over spending illustrates how the president values getting a deal more than anything else.
As President Obama struggles to define the military mission there, Republicans argue he is an indecisive, uncertain leader.
President Obama filled out his NCAA brackets on Tuesday, but the White House is more focused on potential 2012 opponents.
Social issues could be a distraction for Republicans at a time when
voters are worried about economic issues.
In Madison, there's energy and organization, two assets Obama will need if he wants to win the state in 2012.