Romney

One thing that really bugs me about political campaigns - especially presidential campaigns - is how little the candidates tell us about what, if elected, they would really try to do about specific issues.
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Now it's Rick Santorum's turn. Santorum may have been robbed of momentum coming out of Iowa, where his victory was declared after the fact, but last night he may have gotten it all back as he swept Missouri, Colorado and Minnesota.
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From the Las Vegas Strip to cowboy country, Nevada Republicans bet heavily on Mitt Romney for president. He snared 48 percent of their caucus vote.
Florida (hearts) Mitt Romney. Especially older voters, who powered a definitive Romney victory over Newt Gingrich in the Republican presidential primary.
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Powered by older voters, Mitt Romney won an unmistakable nod of approval from New Hampshire in the GOP presidential sweepstakes.
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Ah, New Hampshire - home of the flinty independent voter. The "Live free or die" state is one of the few that allows registered "indies" to vote in either the GOP or Democratic presidential primary. But, come next Tuesday, what rational indie would waste a vote in the Democratic primary, a yawner with just President Obama on the ballot, when you could mix things up in the Republican primary?
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Thank you, Iowa, for a thrilling opener to the 2012 presidential election!
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