Holding presidential campaign events in border towns like Hudson helps candidates leverage the kind of local news coverage they like the most.
Republican Sen. John McCain takes his presidential campaign to Hudson, Wis., today, where he'll hold a forum targeting women voters. Last night, McCain urged his Minnesota volunteers to redouble their efforts on his behalf, saying Minnesota and other Midwestern states are critical to his election.
Republican presidential hopeful John McCain holds a forum event in Hudson, Wis. to hear about the challenges women face in this economy.
Education hasn't been much of a campaign issue so far in the race for the White House. But it popped up on the political radar this weekend when the National Education Association voted to endorse Illinois Sen. Barack Obama.
A construction company in Hudson, Wis., is preparing to host a presidential campaign appearance by Republican candidate John McCain.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama gives a campaign speech at a veterans event in Fargo, N.D.
Why do a sizable number of Minnesota voters appear ready to vote for Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Norm Coleman?
A new poll shows Democrat Barack Obama leading Republican John McCain by 17 percentage points in Minnesota. The poll also shows that despite Obama's popularity, DFL Senate candidate Al Franken trails Republican incumbent Norm Coleman.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty said he did not talk about the possibility of being McCain's running mate during Sen. John McCain's Thursday visit to the Twin Cities.
Midday broadcasts Republican presidential candidate John McCain, who spoke at St. Paul's Landmark Center to a group of voters his campaign preselected and identified as undecided.