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As Santorum Seizes Social Issues, Romney Demurs

Philosophical differences between the top two Republican presidential candidates are becoming starker.

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Is Christie’s Boy In Trouble?

Mitt Romney came out of Iowa the declared winner.  But a great amount of time later the news came out that the 8 vote plurality in the Iowa caucuses may have been in error, and that Rick Santorum may have actually won

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Most of Romney’s Top Fundraisers Remain Anonymous

Despite criticism of Fannie Mae by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, his campaign accepted nearly $280,000 in donations raised by a registered lobbyist who once represented the government mortgage giant and whose clients now include a private equity firm and the drug company Pfizer.

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Mittens Romney?

Quick, who knows what Mitt Romney’s real first name is?

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GOP Ends NV Vote Count; Romney on Top [VIDEO]

Nevada Republicans have finally finished counting the votes in their Saturday presidential caucuses.

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Romney Sees Surge in Florida Polls

With polls showing him ahead in Florida on the eve of the state's primary, Mitt Romney is telling reporters, "You can sense that it's coming our way."

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Romney’s Mountain of Wealth Could Cast Loud Echo

Mitt Romney's newly released tax returns represent an extraordinary accounting of the household finances and far-reaching corporate investments of one of the richest U.S. presidential candidates in generations, with an annual income that tops $20 million.

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Romney Paid $3M In Federal Income Tax In 2010

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney paid about $3 million in federal income taxes in 2010.

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Romney Backer, Gov. Christie Fires Back at Newt

Saturday, GOP Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney fell to former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is the South Carolina primary. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is a staunch supporter of Romney and today he was asked about the loss and the fact that Gingrich is now calling Christie an antagonist.

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Romney Says He’ll Release Taxes Eventually

Mitt Romney says he'll release multiple years of his tax returns -- but not before South Carolina votes on Saturday.

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