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Wind Power Advocates Rally In Annapolis

With the Maryland offshore wind power bill moving on to the State Senate, supporters are taking to the state capital to show their support for the clean power.

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Romney Looks For Knockout Punch

More delegates are up for grabs as the GOP primaries move to Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington D.C. Politicos are closely watching the Badger State, where Rick Santorum is hoping for a boost from rural voters, and Mitt Romney is looking for a decisive victory. Guest host Jacki Lyden speaks with analysts Mary Kate Cary and Cynthia Tucker.
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Palin: 'That's A Fine How Do You Do'

The 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee is guest hosting Tuesday on The Today Show. This morning, Matt Lauer jokingly asked a question recalling a rather infamous moment from four years ago. She took it well.
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Analysis: Bill Clinton, Martin O'Malley Record Robocalls; Maryland And D.C. Primaries Tuesday

As Maryland and D.C. voters prepare to head to the polls for Tuesday's primaries, Gov. Martin O'Malley and former President Bill Clinton are supporting candidates through robocalls.

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Coverage Of The D.C. Primary Races

Five D.C. Council seats are on the ballot for the April 3 primary in the District. 

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Newt Gingrich Campaigns In Maryland

Newt Gingrich campaigns in Maryland today, despite polling that shows he is only expected to get 12 percent of the state's GOP vote.

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D.C. Voters May Stay Away From Primary After Year Of Scandals

D.C. voters have had their fill of scandals with the D.C. government this year; whether that will affect their desire to vote in tomorrow's D.C. primary remains to be seen. 

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Romney Embraces Winner-Take-All Primary In Wis.

The Republican presidential candidates campaigned in Wisconsin over the weekend. Wisconsin along with Maryland and Washington, D.C. have primaries Tuesday. Mitt Romney is expected to win in Wisconsin.
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On Energy Policy, Romney's Emphasis Has Shifted

The GOP candidates for president have seized on high gasoline prices as a line of attack against President Obama, largely saying the answer is more domestic oil drilling. But as Massachusetts governor, GOP front-runner Mitt Romney used to emphasize fuel efficiency and cutting energy demand.

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