UPI Almanac for Sunday, May 5, 2013.
Former U.S. Republican presidential hopefuls Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich both say they are open to running for president in 2016.
After a long, expensive and sometimes nasty presidential campaign, the U.S. voting public opted to go "Forward" with President Obama rather than heed Mitt Romney's call to "Believe in America."
Cravings for less Washington gave the Libertarian presidential entrant a record vote count while a tight Obama-Romney race hurt the Green Party, officials said.
President Barack Obama won Massachusetts' 11 electoral votes Tuesday, beating Mitt Romney in the state he ran as governor, results indicated.
President Barack Obama won Rhode Island's four electoral votes, while Democrats retained a U.S. Senate seat and won a hard-fought fight for a House seat.
U.S. Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson should have been in the Obama-Romney debates, Larry King said before moderating a third-party debate Tuesday.
President Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney are tied in the battleground state of Ohio, a Suffolk University poll of likely Buckeye State voters indicated.
Ballot-qualified, third-party contenders for the U.S. presidency will hold their own debate next week in Chicago and stream it live on the Internet.
With a close presidential race at hand, some Republican advisers are worried about Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson, they said.