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Romney Wins Florida Primary, Routing Gingrich

A relentless series of attacks against Newt Gingrich led to a significant victory for Mitt Romney in Florida, the largest state to vote so far. Romney now takes his newfound momentum into Saturday's Nevada caucuses.
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Photos: Florida Voters Head To The Polls

After a decisive South Carolina win, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has risen and fallen in the polls and trails former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney by double digits going into Florida's primary.
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Campaign Finance Reports Show Ups And Downs For Candidates, SuperPACs

A new disclosure report documents how Republican presidential hopeful Rick Perry lost his fundraising base. Donors gave up long before Perry dropped out two weeks ago.
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Pew's Kohut Talks About Florida Exit Polls

Tuesday is the next step in the Republican presidential primary race as voters in Florida take to the polls. Audie Cornish talks with Andrew Kohut, president of the Pew Research Center, about what the exit polls say about the concerns and issues of Florida voters.
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GOP Candidates Make Last-Minute Appeals To Voters

Florida holds its Republican primary Tuesday. NPR's Don Gonyea has been in Florida ahead of the voting and talks with Audie Cornish.
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After Decades, Journo Still Covers Fla. Legislature

Seventy-one-year-old journalist Lucy Morgan is an institution in Florida. This was the 46th Florida legislative session Morgan has covered as a reporter. She was the chief of the St. Petersburg Times capitol bureau for 20 years, and now she is an investigative correspondent — semi-retired.

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