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Gingrich: I would've been stronger against Obama in the election

Former GOP House Speaker Newt Gingrich said that the Republican Party needs to be overhauled. Gingrich also said that Romney was a terrible candidate in the 2012 US Election Cycle.

Mourdock: I lost the Senate race because of 'liberal media bias'

Indiana State Treasure Richard Mourdock, a Tea Party Republican, reflected upon his loss in the state's US Senate race. He blamed his loss on the "liberal media bias."

Stephanie Cutter: Romney didn't defend himself on Bain attacks

Stephanie Cutter, the deputy manager for President Barack Obama's re-election campaign, gave her answer on Mitt Romney's loss in the elections.

Denny's to Metz on Obamacare surcharge: 'Do not pass go'

John Metz, who owns over 30 Denny's franchises, talked about adding an "Obamacare surcharge" to customers' bills; but, that plan was shot down by Denny's CEO John Miller.

Romney also blamed GOP debates and media for election loss

In the same phone call to campaign donors, Mitt Romney didn't just blame "gifts" for his loss to Barack Obama. He also placed blame on the number of GOP debates and the networks that hosted them.

Barbara Bush on Obama's re-election: He won, deal with it

Barbara Bush, the former First Lady to former United States President George H.W. Bush, said that the election's over and it's time to move on.

Criticisms of Mitt Romney's 'gift' remarks continues growing

Since Mitt Romney's "gifts" remarks yesterday, criticism from many sides continue to be directed towards him. The criticism for those comments increase.

White House responds to Mitt Romney's 'gifts' remark

Mitt Romney continues to take political fire for his "gifts" explanation when talking about his loss to US President Obama. The White House has given its response.

Romney to donors: I lost because Obama gave 'gifts' to key voters

Mitt Romney is the latest person to weigh-in on his loss to US President Barack Obama in the 2012 US Presidential Elections. In a call to donors, Romney explained the reasons he lost.

After Obama's re-election, man apparently commits suicide

Key West - Henry Hamilton, 64, of Key West seemingly killed himself after Barack Obama got re-elected as the United States President.

Governor Bobby Jindal To GOP: Stop being the 'idiot party'

GOP Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana is the latest in notable GOP figures to weigh-in and speak on the recent 2012 US Elections.

Video: Paul Ryan weighs in on US President Obama's re-election

GOP Rep Paul Ryan of Wisconsin is the latest to weigh in on why Mitt Romney lost to President Barack Obama on Election Night.

Video: Grover Norquist on US President Barack Obama

Anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist said that Barack Obama won the Presidential Election by painting Mitt Romney as a "poopy head."

Video: CNN asks Tea Party about standing on social issues

Amy Kremer, chairwoman of the Tea Party Express, said that the movement is going to come out stronger despite the GOP losses and shortfalls on Election Night.

Video: Rockaways brave through Sandy for Election Night voting

As New Jersey and New York got hit, the residents of the severely battered Rockaways braved through the damage to cast their ballots on Election Night.

Video: Brooklyn's Arab-Americans getting out the vote

Brooklyn - In the 2012 US Elections, Arab-American activists were hard at work getting out the vote from both Arab-Americans and Muslim-Americans.

Florida's US House Race to be decided Nov. 20

Florida remains one of the eight undecided US House races. Allen West, the Tea Party-backed GOP incumbent, refuses to concede. The final decision is due to be made on November 20.

Video: Gay men lay the 'smackdown' on a gay basher

In a short video recording, two men decided to "bash back" against a person that was making abusive remarks to the LGBT community.

The ever-changing US electorate — What's in store for 2014/2016?

The 2012 US Elections have shown the shift in the country's voting electorate. In short, it shows how voting blocks and groups of voters play a predictable and unpredictable dynamic.

In Kenya, a mother names newborn twins 'Barack' and 'Mitt'

Election Day 2012 has proven to be an interesting and significant day to be born. This applies to both the United States and abroad.

Video: President-elect Romney website draft discovered

The Romney campaign had staked everything on the 2012 US Presidential Election before losing to the Obama campaign. However, there was a President-Elect Romney transition site that was already live before the final results came in.

Video: Ole Miss students unhappy at Obama's re-election

Video taken on Election Night at Ole Miss shows that not all college-age voters are expressing their support to Barack Obama who won re-election on Election Night.

Allen West continues fighting tooth and nail for US House Seat

While projected to lose his US House seat, GOP incumbent Allen West of Florida isn't giving up. It seems that he plans on fighting tooth and nail in this undecided race.

Trump and other GOPers give their 2 cents on Obama's re-election

With the re-election of Democratic incumbent Barack Obama as US President, notable Republicans have weighed in and given their respective two cents.

Video: GOP camp 'cheerful' to 'melancholy' on Election Night

A brief video is shown covering the GOP camp on Election Night. Early on, there was excitement as Romney took the lead; but, it changed to a melancholic tune as Obama took the lead to win re-election.

Video: Hundreds gather in Denmark for Obama-Biden rally

Copenhagen - In regards to the 2012 US Presidential Election, the whole world is watching. The people of Denmark are no exception as hundreds gathered in Copenhagen for their own Obama-Biden rally.

Warren victorious, Massachusetts US Senate seat turns blue again

In the US Senate Race in Massachusetts has ended with the victory of Elizabeth Warren. Warren's victory makes her the state's first female US Senator. Her victory allows Democrats to reclaim the state's US Senate seat.

For first-time mom-to-be, Election Day is a crucible of labor

Chicago - Galicia Malone of Chicago broke her water upon arriving at her respective polling area. Instead of leaving to go to the hospital, Malone dealt with the pain in order to get her vote in.

Voting controversies and problems high in Pennsylvania

Philadelphia - The Pennsylvania polls have already closed. During the voting, the state of Pennsylvania had to deal with all sorts of problems such as machine malfunctions and voter intimidation.

Latino voters weigh in on the 2012 US Elections

On Election Day, Latinos and Latino voters weigh in on Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. While Obama's expected to get high support from Latinos, there are Latino voters disillusioned with him.
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