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Wall Street Journal – Election 2012

  • Congress Looks to Narrow Terror-Victims Bill After Overriding Veto Lawmakers
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 30 2016 - 3:50 AM:)
    <>Lawmakers said they were working on mitigating possible unintended consequences of legislation letting Americans sue foreign governments over terrorist attacks, just a day after Congress overrode President Obama’s veto of the bill.> <>
  • Who's Demanding to See Hillary Clinton's Birth Certificate? Baffled Astrologers
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 30 2016 - 3:39 AM:)
    <>Celestial prognosticators use candidates’ exact birth times for election analysis, and Mrs. Clinton’s isn’t known; Donald Trump’s ‘Mars vibe.’> <>
  • Portman May Provide Reverse Coattails for Trump in Ohio
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 30 2016 - 3:11 AM:)
    <>If Donald Trump wins Ohio, it may be because of the groundwork laid by Rob Portman, the state’s Republican senator who avoided the stage, the presidential nominee and the spotlight during the Republican Party’s Cleveland convention in July.> <>
  • U.S. Signed Secret Document to Lift U.N. Sanctions on Iranian Banks
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 30 2016 - 2:23 AM:)
    <>The Obama administration agreed to back the lifting of United Nations sanctions on two Iranian state banks on the same day that Tehran released four American citizens from prison, according to U.S. officials and congressional staff.> <>
  • Lawmakers Take More Swings at Wells Fargo CEO
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 30 2016 - 1:15 AM:)
    <>Wells Fargo Chief Executive John Stumpf struggled to mount a defense in the face of repeated attacks over the bank’s sales practices from members of the House Financial Services Committee.> <>
  • Trump Pushes Hard for New Hampshire
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 30 2016 - 1:01 AM:)
    <>Donald Trump, bolstered by the endorsement of a leading Republican who once shunned him, traveled to New Hampshire for the sixth time since mid-June in a determined drive for the state’s tiny cache of four electoral votes.> <>
  • Hillary Clinton Arrives in Iowa for Start of Early Voting
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 30 2016 - 12:55 AM:)
    <>Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton arrived in Iowa on Thursday for the first day of early voting there, encouraging supporters not to wait until Election Day to cast ballots.> <>
  • Political TV Advertising Is Forecast to Fall This Election Season
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 30 2016 - 12:21 AM:)
    <>Spending on political advertising on local broadcast television in 2016 is expected to reach $2.8 billion, about $300 million less than what was spent in 2012—a result of the Trump campaign’s strategy.> <>
  • More FBI-Recovered Clinton Emails to Be Released Before Election Day
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 29 2016 - 11:17 PM:)
    <>The State Department will release an additional 1,850 pages of emails recovered by the FBI from ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private server before Election Day.> <>
  • Trump Pointed to 9/11 Attacks When Asking for Leniency During Fraud Probe
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 29 2016 - 10:02 PM:)
    <>When Donald Trump’s casino company was facing a civil fraud investigation over its accounting practices, the New York businessman asked the SEC to show mercy because of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.> <>
  • Administration's Failed Syria Truce Assailed by Senators
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 29 2016 - 5:41 PM:)
    <>Key U.S. lawmakers from both parties vented their frustrations with the Obama administration’s Syria policy on Thursday as a collapsed cease-fire arrangement offered little hope of a revival.> <>
  • See Latest State and National Poll Averages
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - August 28 2016 - 8:02 PM:)
    <>See RealClearPolitics averages of latest polls of where Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump stand among voters.> <>
  • Democratic Conventions Through the Years
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - July 26 2016 - 5:35 AM:)
    <>The 2016 Democratic National Convention kicks off Monday in Philadelphia. A look back at some prior conventions, including one of the longest in 1924 and one of the most contentious in 1968.> <>
  • The Candidates Take New York
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - April 15 2016 - 9:03 PM:)
    <>The 2016 presidential candidates visited New York City and other parts of the state, ahead of its primary on April 19. Here are some photos from the campaign trail.> <>
  • STREAMING VIDEO: Clinton Addresses South Carolina
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - March 27 2016 - 6:30 AM:)
    <>Watch Hillary Clinton respond to the outcome of the Democratic primary in South Carolina.> <>
  • Photos: South Carolina, Nevada Vote For Presidential Nominees
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - March 20 2016 - 6:31 AM:)
    <>South Carolina Republicans and Nevada Democrats cast their votes.> <>
  • Who Is Bankrolling 2016 Election?
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - February 28 2016 - 9:07 AM:)
    <>A look at who is bankrolling the 2016 election—and at which candidates are benefiting most from the biggest donations.> <>
  • 2016 Presidential Election : A Donor's Guide
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - February 28 2016 - 8:50 AM:)
    <>Candidate, PAC, super PAC or nonprofit? Here’s a tour of the world of campaign finance—from the perspective of you, the donor.> <>
  • Marco Rubio, Ash Carter to Appear at WSJ CEO Council
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - February 28 2016 - 8:41 AM:)
    <>The annual meeting of The Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council kicks off Monday night, with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Defense Secretary Ash Carter set to be interviewed at the opening of the two-day gathering.> <>
  • Bush Has $10.3 Million on Hand, as Fundraising Slowed
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - February 28 2016 - 8:15 AM:)
    <>Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has $10.3 million on hand after raising $13.4 million in the past three months, according to his campaign. Reflecting his fall from the front-runner pedestal, he raised only $2 million more in the third quarter than he did in the first 15 days of his campaign in June.> <>

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