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Romney Takes On Obama Jobs Initiative In S.C.

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney travels to South Carolina. Melissa Block talks to NPR's Ari Shapiro.
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Facing Recall, Defiant Wis. Governor Says 'I'm Not Afraid Of Losing'

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker came to Washington on Thursday to talk up the merits of the anti-union legislation that has landed him in hot water — and to raise funds to save his job.
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College Republicans In N.H. Say Candidates Should Stop Playing Dumb

The theme of the 2012 GOP presidential contest has been dissatisfaction with the candidates, and a rollicking battle for the honor of being the anti-Mitt Romney. Curious about what young conservatives are saying about the race, we asked editors at The Dartmouth Review in Hanover, N.H.
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A Young Kennedy Is Lining Up To Run For Frank's House Seat

Joseph P. Kennedy III, the son of former Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy II and grandson of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, is exploring a race for Congress.
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Attacking Super PACs Fueled By Anonymous Donors

After Iowa, we know how much power the new presidential super PACs can exert. But we won't know who is financing them until the end of January.
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With Iowa Win, Romney Focuses On N.H. Primary

Fresh off a win in the Iowa caucuses, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney campaigned in New Hampshire Wednesday. There, he picked up the endorsement of Senator John McCain. Four years ago, McCain beat Romney in the state's Republican presidential primary.
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GOP Candidates Rush To N.H. Ahead Of 1st Primary

Now that the Iowa caucuses are over, all eyes are on New Hampshire and its Republican presidential primary which is next week. Rick Santorum says since his good showing in Iowa, his campaign has raised half as much money as it had in the previous several months.

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