Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Gubernatorial candidates Republican Pat McCrory, the former mayor of Charlotte, and Democrat Walter Dalton, the Lieutenant Governor, faced off in a debate Wednesday.This took place in the studios of UNC-TV and was hosted by WRAL.
Thursday, October 4, 2012 at 11:15am (ET)
Pew Research Center Research Associate Aaron Smith discusses his study on how digital devices are changing the way that Americans participate in the political process.
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Principal strategists for Mitt Romney and President Obama’s 2012 Presidential campaigns spoke at the University of Chicago Institute of Politics in early February.
Experts discuss “Campaigns and Legislation: Applying Lessons from the 2012 Campaign Cycle to the 113th Congress” at the Georgetown University Law Center on Friday.
Investment manager and former Rick Santorum backer Foster Freiss reflects on the last presidential election and the Republican party’s future. This was part of a Christian Science Monitor event with reporters in Washington, DC. In response to a question about gay marriage, Mr. Friess said he’s not here to judge, and that he’d like to protect gay Americans from Sharia law so they can travel to countries like Iran.
The Cato Institute hosts a pair of panel discussions on campaign finance and how the Supreme Court's ruling in the "Citizen's United" case has affected the funding of campaigns and political action committees (PACs).
The first Inaugural Ball held in the National Building Museum was Grover Cleveland’s in 1885, when it was known as the Pension Building and was still under construction. Composed of over 15 million red bricks, the Pension Building contains a Great Hall that is 316 feet long and 159 feet high. American History TV visited to learn about the 19th century Inaugural tradition that continues in the 21st century, including President Obama's Commander-in-Chief Ball held there in January of 2009.
EMILY’s List President Stephanie Schriock spoke at the National Press Club on how women candidates and women’s issues fared in the 2012 election and where they go from there.
Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist testified on Capitol Hill before the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday on the impact of restrictions on voting. Florida had record long lines at the polls on Election Day, some voters waiting as long as 7 hours.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) held a news conference to announce Rep. Tim Scott (R-SC) as the replacement for Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) when he retires in January.
The 538 members of the Electoral College met on Monday in their respective states where they cast their votes for President and Vice President. 270 electoral votes are required to elect the President. C-SPAN coverage included two of these meetings, Ohio and North Carolina.