A new poll released Monday indicates Mitt Romney has a narrow edge over President Barack Obama in Colorado, a little more than a week before Election Day.
With eight days to go until Election Day, a new survey indicates an extremely close race for Florida's 29 electoral votes.
The presidential race in North Carolina is neck and neck between President Barack Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney, a new survey released Monday indicates.
Top advisers to President Barack Obama's presidential campaign exuded a bold confidence on their chances in critical battlegrounds Monday, saying the resources they were putting into final stretch efforts were a sign of their candidate's advantage on November 6.
Mitt Romney's final message will focus on tasks he hopes to take on his first day in office if elected president, according to an outline of the themes that was provided by a senior Romney adviser.
Conservative Christian activist Ralph Reed is marshaling his forces in Ohio as the battleground state takes center stage in final week of the presidential race.
The high-profile Senate battle in Massachusetts remains neck-and-neck in the final eight-day sprint to Election Day, according to a new poll released Monday. Republican Sen. Scott Brown holds a slender edge over Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren, 45% to 43%, among likely voters, the Boston Globe survey shows. That margin falls well within the sampling error, meaning the candidates are statistically tied.
Shortly after Sen. Scott Brown's campaign announced Monday that the Republican incumbent will cancel his appearance at Tuesday's Senate debate in Massachusetts, his Democratic opponent Elizabeth Warren also pulled out of the event. Both cited conditions related to Hurricane Sandy.
Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill's re-election campaign released a new ad Monday using video of opponent Rep. Todd Akin's controversial comments on rape.
The comeback continues at Chrysler. The automaker reported third-quarter profits Monday that rose 80% versus a year ago, buoyed by strong sales in U.S.
It's gadget season, and Google wants in on all the fun that Microsoft and Apple have been having.
PayPal appears to be feeling the pressure from rivals in the newly hot payment space, as the company is being forced to cut 445 jobs in a major product restructuring.