Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector Mike Sullivan reminds voters of important election information, including photo ID requirements, exemptions, the cure process and help finding their poll on Election Day. “I want every registered voter to understand the photo ID process and what to do if they need help on Election Day,” said Sullivan. “This is the […]

via:chrisianpost One of the more common strategies any candidate or campaign seeks to employ is to use the endorsement of high profile individuals who are willing to lend their name and personal support to a candidate with the intention of influencing others to do the same. But the issue gets a bit sticky when those […]

Tonight marks the final debate of the 2012 Presidential Election season. With each party claiming victory in the previous debates, this debate should be a no-holds-barred slobber knocker for all the marbles, or in this case, undecided voters. The good folks at CNN have compiled a list of things to watch for in tonight’s debate, click […]

President Obama is preparing for the second Presidential debate tonight in Virginia, while Mitt Romney is rehearsing in Boston. Tomorrow night’s debate will take place tomorrow night in New York, and can be heard in its entirety on our sister station, News 92 FM. Click here for more details.

Want to know how your favorite candidate is doing in electoral votes across the United States? View the comprehensive 2012 electoral vote map as it stands here.

A new survey by the Pew Research Center shows that President Obama is ahead of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney by 8 percentage points, 51 to 43 percent, which is the largest advantage the survey has shown for any presidential nominee since Clinton. For the full scoop, click here.

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If you disagree with the president on this issue are you still going to vote for him click here to see what pastors are saying. source

Michelle Obama checked in to “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” for an interview, and expressed the urgency of voting in the 2012 Presidential election. In…

via: Let’s take a look at some “big” elections that came down to a small handful of votes. The Minnesota race for Senate in 2008, for instance, was infamously close. When Election Day was done that November, challenging candidate, Democrat Al Franken, had “lost” to incumbent Republican Senator Norm Coleman by only 215 votes. […]