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Storify: Rolling Precinct Figures From D.C. Primary

Polls for the April 3 D.C. primary are open through 8 p.m. on Tuesday, so check in to see the latest rolling rolling precinct figures as they come in via Twitter.

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Newt Gingrich Campaigns In Maryland

Newt Gingrich campaigns in Maryland today, despite polling that shows he is only expected to get 12 percent of the state's GOP vote.

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Romney Expected To Win D.C. Primary

Romney is expected to have no trouble winning the Republican presidential primary in D.C. next week.

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GOP Presidential Nomination Race

Morning after analysis of the Wisconsin, Maryland, and DC GOP presidential primaries. Guest host Tom Gjelten and his panel look at the remaining field and frontrunner Mitt Romney's ongoing efforts to shift into general election campaign mode.

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Tame Primary Campaigns In Virginia Could Benefit GOP

Virginia was largely spared the vitriol among GOP presidential candidates leading up to the Super Tuesday primary, and that could end up benfitting the eventual Republican candidate in November. 

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Turnout Low So Far For Virginia GOP Primary

With limited choices on the ballot, turnout for the Republican presidential primary has been low in the early hours this Super Tuesday.

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In GOP Primary, Va. Voters See Limited Influence

Virginia voters will vote in the presidential primary today, but some are worried that their limited ballot choices will mean diminished influence for the primary's results.

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Proposed Loyalty Oath Hurts Interest In Virginia GOP Primary

The Virginia Republican party reconsidered requiring a loyalty oath of primary voters, but residents of the commonwealth report that the controversy had a chilling effect on their interest in the contest.

NPR will be reporting live from the Arizona and Michigan Republican presidential primaries on Tuesday, February 28.

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National Journal: O'Malley, McDonnell Eyeing National Stage

The governors of both Maryland and Virginia are looking to make a splash on the national political stage in the coming years.

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