Cheektowaga, NY – As the Democratic National Convention approaches, talk continues to surface on who Barack Obama will select to be his running mate.
According to reports, Obama has dwindle the list down to four names, that includes U-S Senator Hillary Clinton. A long-time Clinton supporter appeared in Cheektowaga Tuesday and was asked to weigh-in on the topic.
Buffalo, NY – There's been some criticism of the major television networks this week for sending their top news anchors overseas to cover Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. Critics say Republican John McCain has not received similar coverage during his foreign trips.
Buffalo, NY – Republican Presidential candidate John McCain is coming to Buffalo Monday night.
McCain will attend two fundraising events, one at the private home of Anthony H. Gioia and another at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. McCain is expected to raise more money on this stop than any other political candidate ever has in Buffalo, more than one million dollars.
Buffalo, NY – There is now a fourth candidate seeking the Democratic party nomination in the 26th congressional district. Erie County Legislator Kathy Konst of Lancaster officially announced Wednesday.
Konst joins a race that already includes Akron businessman Jack Davis, endorsed Democrat Jonathan Powers and Amherst attorney Alice Kryzan. Davis, who has run and lost in this district twice previously, is pledging to spend $3 million of his own money this time.
Konst says she believes she can win with much less.
Buffalo, NY – From "Saturday Night Live" to "You Tube," the candidates are pulling out all the stops in this year's presidential campaign. But history was filled with colorful campaigns, long before the media played a role. In a new exhibit, the Buffalo History Society takes a look back at "Shaking Hands and Kissing Babies."
Buffalo, NY – The media will be out in force Tuesday covering the Indiana and North Carolina presidential primaries. But just how well are they doing in what's turned out to be a marathon primary season.
Buffalo, NY – Republicans don't like primaries. That was clearly evident yesterday when the top brass of the Erie County GOP helped Amherst businessman Christopher Lee officially launch his candidacy less than 48 hours after they were supporting someone else.