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Endorsement Kicks Off Romney's Battle For S.C.

The Republican presidential candidate celebrated Gov. Nikki Haley's announcement Friday, just weeks before the South Carolina Republican primary. He still faces a tough fight in the state, which for three decades has identified who will be the GOP nominee.
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In Iowa And Beyond, Republicans In Final Push Before Contests Begin

The Republican presidential contest remains unsettled less than three weeks before the Iowa caucuses. Nationwide, nearly one in five GOP voters is still undecided. And in Iowa, candidates are making a final push before the Jan. 3 caucuses.
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Week In Politics: Economy, GOP Primary

Lynn Neary speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne, of the Washington Post and Brookings Institution, and David Brooks, of the New York Times. They discuss the economy and the GOP primary race.
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With Iowa Vote Looming, Gingrich Struggles To Stay Atop GOP Field

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich got front-runner treatment during the final GOP debate before that state's crucial Jan. 3 caucuses, taking a pounding for his years as a highly-compensated Washington influence peddler.
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Bachmann Tries To Regain Early Iowa Lead

Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann once appeared to be the favored Republican presidential candidate in Iowa. But she's been near the bottom of most polls since. Bachmann is making an aggressive push to finish well in next month's Iowa caucuses, and she embarks on a multi-day bus tour of the state Friday.

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