Obama campaign senior adviser David Axelrod said Sunday that President Barack Obama was "taken aback at the brazenness" of Mitt Romney's departure from his past positions during their first debate. The Obama campaign will adjust accordingly for the next debate, he said.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said he's not concerned that Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson will tip the scales in November.
The Republican National Committee chairman continued to downplay debate expectations for the GOP ticket Sunday, this time setting the stage for the upcoming showdown between Vice President Joe Biden and GOP vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan.
Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland, a Democrat, argued Sunday the swing state's relatively low unemployment rate is a result of President Barack Obama's economic policies rather than the work of current Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a Republican.
Surrogates continued to spar Sunday over last week's presidential debate, with Democrats calling Mitt Romney's performance "superb acting" while Republicans said the GOP candidate showed substance.
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