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Gingrich Draws Enthusiastic Crowds In Florida

The Republican presidential candidates continue campaigning in Florida in advance of next Tuesdays GOP primary. Newt Gingrich, who is leading the polls, made a series of stops along the state's Gulf Coast. He attacked President Obama for high gas prices.
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Romney Chides Obama For Not Fixing Housing Crisis

Mitt Romney has spent a lot of his time in Florida talking about home foreclosures. The housing crisis is one of the few problems that Romney can use to attack both his Republican rival Newt Gingrich and President Obama.
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Obama Campaign Sees Shift In Arizona Politics

President Obama visits Phoenix Wednesday as part of a five-state campaign tour. The campaign thinks it can win Arizona, and that's an unlikely ambition for this conservative state. But Obama might have a chance. Unlikely upsets have dominated Arizona politics lately. The electorate is in flux.
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Members Of Congress React To Obama's Speech

President Obama has delivered what could be his last State of the Union address as he fights for re-election. How did speech go over with the 535 members of Congress? Among those commenting, California Republican Dana Rohrbacher said Obama tried to take both sides on a lot of issues.
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Obama Speech Depicts Country At A Crossroads

President Obama gave his State of the Union address Tuesday night. The speech was one part blueprint for economic cooperation, and one part political warning shot — as Obama prepares for a tough re-election campaign.
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Analysis: A New Initiative To Help Homeowners, But Can It Fly?

In his State of the Union address, the president announced a new initiative to help homeowners save money by refinancing their mortgages. But in an election year, the president may not be able to get such legislation through Congress.

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