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Santorum: No Money, No Organization, No Quit

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, a Christian conservative who adamantly opposes legalized abortion and same-sex marriage, likely won't win Florida, and he's polling nationally at about 16 percent. But he could have a big impact on the GOP race in the Sunshine State and beyond.
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In Florida, The Early Birds May Be The Deciders

Thousands of Florida Republicans have already cast their ballots for Tuesday's primary — through early or absentee voting. And that may be a problem for Newt Gingrich.
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Live Blog: Romney, Gingrich Go At It In Spirited Debate

There was a lot at stake. Debates played a crucial role in Newt Gingrich's win in South Carolina. Now, Mitt Romney is hoping for the same kind of magic in the Sunshine State. Rick Santorum and Ron Paul are hoping to break through.
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D.C. Autonomy The Object Of Occupy Activism In New Hampshire

New Hampshire is considering a resolution that lend the support of their state to the calls for D.C. statehood -- a message that is being spread up the coast by the Occupy hunger strikers.

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In A Campaign Defined By Debates, Some Moments That Really Mattered

NPR's Don Gonyea prepares for tonight's Republican presidential debate — by some counts the 19th of the campaign season — by taking a quick look back at debate highlights, and some lowlights, so far.
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In Spanish-Language Ads, A Question Of Sincerity

Tune in to Spanish-language radio or TV for even a few moments in Florida these days, and you'll hear ads touting the virtues of Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. But some critics say there are big differences in what the candidates are telling Spanish-speaking and English-speaking audiences.
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Gingrich Fights Against The Lobbyist Label

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich continues to fend off accusations that he should wear the scarlet "L" — for "lobbyist." He's released two consulting contracts and says they didn't call for any lobbying. But where's the line between consulting and lobbying?
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Republican Debates Become Must-See TV

This election cycle, one factor stands above all others in driving the dynamics of the race for the Republican presidential nomination: televised debates.
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Opposing Candidates Favor Similar Economic Solution: Worker Retraining

Amid all the rancor, there is some common ground among Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney and President Obama: worker retraining. It's an issue with broad political appeal, particularly in Florida where the job situation remains bleak.

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