- When President Obama walked into Gregg???s Restaurant and Pub in Providence, R.I., for a surprise lunch with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gina Raimondo, the devil was waiting??? and so were a few Flintstones and a pirate. - President Obama, who hopes to boost the fortunes of Democratic gubernatorial candidates in some states he carried in 2012, traveled to Maine on Thursday for Mike Michaud, who is in a close three-way race. - LANSING, Mich. (AP) — When President Barack Obama campaigns in Detroit on Saturday night, he will be urging the defeat of a Republican governor with whom he has more common ground than most and who, unlike other GOP leaders, doesn't condemn the unpopular president or his policies. - PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — President Barack Obama on Thursday rallied for a Democrat to become Maine's next governor while keeping his distance from the state's bubbling controversy over its Ebola policies and a nurse who has defied them. - President Barack Obama campaigned for a Democrat in Maine who might become the nation's first openly gay man elected governor, saying that his election will help spread the economic recovery throughout the state. Representative Michael Michaud's gubernatorial bid, Obama cited today's Commerce Department report that showed the U.S. Obama told the crowd at the Portland Expo Center that the ... - President Obama has been largely invisible on the campaign trail this fall, but his disappearing act also has extended to party fundraisers, frequently held in secret and away from the view of the press. Before stumping for Maine gubernatorial candidate Michael Michaud and other Democrats on Thursday evening, President Obama ... - The environmentalists and other activists who had advocated for protecting the San Gabriel Mountains were shocked this month when President Obama created a national monument that was significantly smaller than they had expected and that excluded heavily used areas of the forest north of Los... - Standing with an Ebola survivor and doctors in white coats, President Obama declared Wednesday he was confident the U.S. would lead the way to eradicating the deadly virus, ramping up his public relations effort to defend his administration’s handling of the epidemic. - WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama will rally votes for the Democratic candidate for governor in Maine on Thursday, the latest in a burst of campaign appearances Obama is making before next week's midterm elections after months of sitting on the sidelines because of his low approval ratings and unpopularity in some states. - President Obama is trying to lead by example as he works to calm public fears about Ebola in the U.S.