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TV News Shows Saw Romney Victory Coming, But Couldn't Quite Say It

The political press felt confident — dead certain, actually — that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney would win the New Hampshire primary by a comfortable margin. Most polls closed state-wide by 7 p.m. — but as a smattering would not close until 8 p.m., no one reported the final verdicts.
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Doug Wead Discusses Ron Paul

Melissa Block talks to Doug Wead, a Ron Paul campaign adviser and presidential historian.
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Former Sen. Bob Smith Discusses Newt Gingrich

Melissa Block talks to former New Hampshire Republican Sen. Bob Smith. He's a Newt Gingrich supporter, and he now lives in Florida.
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Kohut, Dionne, Continetti Discuss N.H. Primary

Melissa Block speaks with Andy Kohut of the Pew Research Center and our political commentators E.J. Dionne, of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution, and Matthew Continetti, opinion editor of The Weekly Standard, about the results of the New Hampshire primary.
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Liasson, Dionne, Continetti Discuss N.H. Primary

Melissa Block talks about the New Hampshire primary to NPR's Mara Liasson. She also talks to our political commentators E.J. Dionne, of the Washington Post and Brookings Institution, and Matthew Continetti, opinion editor of The Weekly Standard, about the results of the New Hampshire primary.
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The Hill: Jack Lew As Chief Of Staff, OMB Appointment, GOP Attacks On Romney

While GOP candidates in New Hampshire take Mitt Romney to task for his record, former OMB Director Jack Lew receives high praise in his new role as President Obama's Chief of Staff.

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May 15 Is Likely Date For D.C. Special Election

The likely date for a special election to replace Harry Thomas Jr. as the Ward 5 councilmember in D.C. is May 15, pending a decision by the District's Board of Elections.

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