Presidential Candidates

Andrea Bernstein traces how, in four short years, partisan politics have infected discussions about investment in infrastructure.
Sep 25, 2012   Transportation Nation
There's not a lot of talk about cities or urban issues among the Republicans running for president, according to this piece from <em>Salon</em>.
Jan 5, 2012   Salon
Senator Obama seems to be more "responsive" to cities' needs, while Senator McCain's focus is largely on cutting taxes to restore jobs and business.
Oct 22, 2008   Philadelphia Daily News
Tonight's presidential debate is the candidates' last chance to address respective suburban and urban issues.
Oct 15, 2008   The New York Times
<p>None of the major presidential candidates are paying enough attention to the nation's deteriorating infrastructure, according to this article.</p>
May 16, 2008   Scholars & Rogues
<p>This piece from <em>The Cleveland Free Times</em> argues that policy can and does encourage sprawl, and none of the candidates running for president will do anything to combat these policies. Meanwhile, American cities will continue to die off.</p>
May 9, 2008   The Cleveland Free Times
<p>New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman holds no punches in expressing his displeasure in the 'gas tax holiday' proposal now that presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has joined presumptive Republican nominee John McCain in endorsing it.</p>
Apr 30, 2008   The New York Times
This evening my wife, Beth Conover, will appear on a televised panel discussion on "Immigration and Sustainability" aired on Rocky Mountain PBS's Colorado State of Mind, hosted by Gr Opinion
Jan 17, 2008   By Ken Snyder