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GOP Candidates Make Last-Minute Appeals To Voters

Florida holds its Republican primary Tuesday. NPR's Don Gonyea has been in Florida ahead of the voting and talks with Audie Cornish.
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What Would A Florida Win Mean For Romney?

Florida holds its Republican primary Tuesday. Melissa Block talks with NPR's Mara Liasson about the contest in Florida — and the road ahead.
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The Coach Who Revamped Romney's Stage Presence

After floundering through debates in South Carolina, Mitt Romney nailed his two performances in Florida. Brett O'Donnell is the man behind Romney's new stage presence.
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D.C. Court Considers Texas Redistricting Case

The special Washington, D.C., court charged with "pre-clearing" the redistricting map in Texas — where four new congressional seats are at stake — hears closing arguments Tuesday. Meanwhile, Texas Republicans and minority groups are working on a deal.
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Campaigns Embrace Twitter: Who Let The Snark Out?

Twitter has become the latest medium for campaign spin. It's a stream of barbs over debates, crowd estimates and ad wars. And even the candidates' dogs are not off-limits.
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Op-Ed: Get Out Of Your Political Comfort Zone

Online news, blogs and social media tools have made it easier to weed out sources that don't reflect one's own political views. In an election season, consumers may be more tempted to stay within their media "echo chambers." If that's your habit, columnist Danny Heitman urges you to reconsider.
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Florida GOP Primary Let Romney Show Skill In Political Knife Fight

One big question about Romney was whether he would be able, if he became the nominee, to stand toe-to-toe with Obama on the presidential debate stage, especially after some gaffes (think the $10,000 wager or "I'm running for office, for Pete's sake.")

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