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This past week was a challenging one for the Mitt Romney campaign. Weekends on All Things Considered host Guy Raz speaks to Noam Shieber of The New Republic about whether pro-GOP superPACs could eventually throw more support behind House and Senate candidates in order to hedge against a Romney loss. But Jonathan Collegio, communications rirector for American Crossroads — one of the largest GOP PACs — says his group is far from that eventuality.
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