Raising rates on wealthy tax payers is a popular approach to dealing with the country’s budgetary woes. But two other proposals that may be central to a deal averting a “fiscal cliff” draw decidedly less public support.
By Jon Cohen, Peyton M. Craighill and Aaron Blake
November 28, 2012
The race remains tight in the Sunshine State.
House Democrats say they are very happy that Paul Ryan is the GOP vice presidential nominee. Should they be?
By a 50 percent to 35 percent margin, seniors say they like Paul Ryan, despite Democratic attacks on his Medicare plan.
Romney's campaign has made a point of emphasizing where it differs from Ryan on Medicare. It's all to create a clearer contrast with President Obama.
In a new ad, Romney launches a Medicare attack against Obama.
GOP Senate candidates offer mixed reactions when asked whether they want to campaign with Rep. Paul Ryan, but some in tough races say 'come on down.'