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In Iowa, Young Voters Unenthusiastic About Obama

In 2008, young voters turned out in droves to elect Barack Obama, but now seem less likely to support his re-election campaign. Some young liberals have even thrown their support behind Republican Ron Paul.
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Iowa Holds First-In-Nation Presidential Contest

NPR's Don Gonyea and Ari Shapiro have been traveling through Iowa these last few days and weeks. They join Robert Siegel to talk about Tuesday's caucus vote.
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How Do The Iowa Caucuses Work?

Iowans are preparing to participate in the state's first-in-nation presidential contest. NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson joins Robert Siegel to talk about Tuesday's Iowa caucuses — how they work and what they might mean.
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In Final Pitch To Iowa Voters, Gingrich Stresses Experience

In a last-minute pitch he hoped would make inroads with voters concerned about electability, Gingrich waxed nostalgic about Ronald Reagan and derided Washington as "cloud cuckoo land."
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Iowa Caucus-Goers Discuss The GOP Field

Iowans gather Tuesday evening for the state's precinct caucuses. A group of caucus-goers talks about who they plan to vote for and how they made up their minds.
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Bolling Outlines His Tiebreaking Role

Virginia lieutenant governor Bill Bolling holds the tying vote in the state's divided state senate, and he's issued a memo outlining the circumstances where he expects to use it.

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Still Alone In New Hampshire, Huntsman Hopes To Pull A 'Santorum'

Huntsman has been methodically wooing New Hampshire voters in nearly 150 events over the past few weeks. He might not win the Jan. 10 primary, but he is hoping for a sheen of electability.
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Once A Blockbuster Video, Now A Campaign Headquarters

You might expect grandeur from a political campaign, but here's what they really look like.

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