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Va. Campaigners Persevere Despite 2-Person Ballot

Only Mitt Romney and Ron Paul qualified to get on the state's printed ballot last fall; the other Republican candidates failed to collect enough signatures. For some, that may seem like there isn't much of a contest, but the candidates' supporters argue this is no time for complacency.
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Candidates See Super Tuesday On The Horizon

Host Rachel Martin talks with NPR's Mara Liasson about the week ahead in politics, which includes the 10 Republican contests of Super Tuesday.
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Can A Win In Georgia Bring Gingrich's Campaign Back From The Dead Again?

To hear him tell it, the rumors of Newt Gingrich's demise have been greatly exaggerated. The former House speaker is banking on a big showing Tuesday in his home state of Georgia to salvage a campaign that's been declared dead a number of times.
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In Ohio, A Battle To Prove Electability

It may not bring the most delegates, but Ohio has clearly become the most coveted state on Super Tuesday. Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney will all be campaigning there Saturday. NPR's Tamara Keith has this campaign update from Cleveland.
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Santorum, Romney Vie For 'Center Of The Political Universe': Ohio

Republicans in 10 states vote on Super Tuesday next week, and the general election battleground state of Ohio may be the most coveted prize. Both Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are pushing hard for the state, where 63 delegates are at stake.

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