Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by seven points in a head to head match-up between the two candidates set to officially be declared the faces of their respective parties over the next several days.
The speaker's list for the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia reads like a who's who list among party elite.
Mike Pence's selection as Donald Trump running-mate is playing to mixed reviews, but voters don't figure to have much trouble deciphering where the "social issues warrior" stands on issues.
Donald Trump has edged ahead of Hillary Clinton in a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll despite not significantly increasing his level of support in any head-to-head match-up against the former first lady in any recent survey.
The speaker's list and the calendar of events for the 2016 Republican Convention are almost as unconventional as the presumptive candidate himself.
A new Uni-vision poll finds more than three of every four Latino voters has a negative opinion of Donald Trump and the presumptive Republican nominee trials likely democratic challenger Hillary Clinton by 48 points overall among Hispanic voters.
Democratic presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton marked her League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) speech by holding firm to her pledge to expand on President Obama's executive actions on immigration.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez's once thought to be clear path to the White House has been noticeably slowed by her ongoing feud with presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.
With Election Day less than four months away, voters are starting to dig into the issues pertinent to them. Mobile app users are helping them make an informed decision, and how they can register to vote without having to leave their living room.
Donald Trump's pledge to build a wall along the Mexican border is formally being embraced by the Republican Party in the form of being included as part of the party's platform.
Electoral College Maps 2016 Projections & Predictions: Hillary Clinton Holds Commanding Lead Over Donald Trump in Various Polls
Hillary Clinton tops Donald Trump by nine points in a new, national Pew Research Center survey, including trouncing him by a near 3 to 1 margin among Latino voters.
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