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In 2011 Politics, 'Best New Artist' Is ...

Host Michel Martin looks at some of the year's top political moments with the 'Tell Me Awards.' Who are the winners and losers? Nominees range from Tim Geithner to the women who accused Herman Cain of sexual harassment. Martin talks with journalism professor Cynthia Tucker and U.S. News and World Report columnist Mary Kate Cary.
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Romney, Paul Are 1 And 2 In Another Iowa Poll, Santorum Rising

With just one holiday weekend between now and Tuesday's Republican presidential caucuses in Iowa, there's another poll signalling that it could be a close battle at the top between former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas).
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Perry Campaign Amplifies Attacks On Santorum

Republican presidential hopeful Rick Perry has been aboard a bus touring Iowa hoping to score an upset in next Tuesday's caucuses. Perry spent Thursday trying to reverse the surge that challenger Rick Santorum has seen in a recent poll.
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Bachmann Fights To Convince Iowans She's Electable

GOP presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann wrapped up her bus tour of Iowa's 99 counties Thursday. She's been on the road for most of the last two weeks in a final push to generate support before Tuesday's caucuses.
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Ron Paul Nears Top Of Iowa's GOP Presidential Polls

The latest Republican presidential candidate to move to the front of the pack in Iowa is Texas Congressman Ron Paul. That position has made him a target for most of the other candidates as each makes a closing run across Iowa. What sets Paul apart from his rivals is how much of the time he focuses U.S. foreign policy.
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Fla.'s Economic Pain, Anger Could Shape 2012 Race

It's once again poised to play an important role in the presidential election, but Florida is a very different state than it was four years ago. Reeling from the housing collapse and high unemployment, voters are feeling the pinch and are angry at what's happening in Washington.
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'It's A Great Day In South Carolina,' If You Have A Job

South Carolina's Republican governor paints an optimistic picture of the state's economy. But with a higher-than-average unemployment rate, voters are focused on economic issues when it comes to the 2012 presidential election.
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From The Stump: Bachmann, Santorum

All this week, All Things Considered is highlighting moments from each of the presidential candidates' stump speeches. Thursday, Robert Siegel hears from Rep. Michele Bachmann and former Sen. Rick Santorum.
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On The Road With Ron Paul

The candidate who poses perhaps the greatest challenge to Mitt Romney in Iowa is Rep. Ron Paul. NPR national political correspondent Don Gonyea joins Robert Siegel from Iowa to talk about the race for the Republican presidential nomination. Voting begins at the Iowa caucuses Tuesday evening.
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Romney Rides Wave Of Support

Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney is suddenly acting like a frontrunner again — even in Iowa, the state that broke his dreams in 2008.

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