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There's little difference between a lobbyist and a corporate titan looking for Beltway friends.
McCain leads with the group but the Democrat is doing all the right things.
In Europe and the Middle East, Obama is expected to avoid spontaneity to minimize the odds of a gaffe.
A new poll shows voters have more positive feelings about candidates who rely on small donors.
Clinton's top priorities are retiring her campaign debt and defeating Republicans in November.
The seal illustrated the arrogance and lack of substance endemic in the Obama campaign.
It won't hurt much, but Obama looks smaller.
McCain's no better. 2008 is the "no choice" election.
Eighteen million votes: $212 million. Blowing the biggest head start in presidential history: priceless
A new analysis shows the Democrats outspent Republicans drastically in ad spending.