The losing nominee has become persona non grata to a stunned party.
In post-election meeting, they focus on a steep set of challenges to regaining favor with most Americans, reject “dumb comments” by Romney.
Media firms, telemarketing firms, pollsters and other consultants raked in millions in the most expensive election in U.S. history.
Friends of Democracy, formed to support candidates who favor limits on big money in politics, says that at least six of eight candidates that it supported won their races.
GOP donors failed to achieve their main goals, a Washington Post analysis of results and spending shows.
The analysis shows that Obama has spent far more on ads--$265 million--through Oct. 29 than Romney.
INFLUENCE INDUSTRY | As of mid-October, the campaigns still had nearly $300 million on hand.
New York struggles to restore power, mass transit, as President Obama visits N.J. to tour ravaged coast.
Flooding, power outages and fires from powerful storm that left at least 40 dead up and down East Coast.
Though publicly traded corporations have mostly shied away from new super PACs, one California energy giant is bucking the tide with a $2.5 million donation to a Republican group, new records show.