Presidential Politics Heat Up
With less than three months until election day, the race for The White House is heating up.
It's been less than a week since Mitt Romney picked Paul Ryan as his running mate.
The Republican campaign is playing defense about Ryan's conflicting positions on President Obama's stimulus package.
For years Ryan has insisted the president's stimulus program was ineffective, but when he was challenged on letters from his office requesting stimulus cash to create jobs, he seemed less sure.
It turns out ryan did request the stimulus money, but in a statement said the letters were just "constituent services," and he hadn't changed his views on the program's effectiveness.
- Presidential Campaign Heats Up
- President Obama Receives Majority Vote In Recent Poll
- Vice Presidential Hopeful, Paul Ryan Makes Victory Tour Stop in Ocala
- Poll Shows President Obama Ahead in Swing States
- Obama Campaign: Romney Can't Buy the Presidency
- Romney-leaning Super PAC Raises $6M in January
- Paul Ryan Stops by The Villages
- Young Voters React to President Obama's DNC Speech
- Romney Seeks Tea Party Votes, Satorum Hunts Cash
- Mitt Romney Continues to Succeed