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Michigan Governor Backs Romney [VIDEO]

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is backing Mitt Romney's bid for the Republican presidential nomination, calling the former Massachusetts governor "the man for the job."

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Republicans Urged To Shift Focus To President Obama [AUDIO]

If the Republican candidates for President want to make any headway, they need to shift their focus off of each other and toward Barack Obama.

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Santorum Gets Fundraising Boost From Wins

There's nothing like a few victories to boost a candidate's fundraising -- and Rick Santorum says he's collected $400,000 in the past couple of days, including $250,000 since his wins yesterday in three states.

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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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Second Freddie Mac Contract with Gingrich Released

GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich began receiving payments from Freddie Mac in 1999 under a contract that paid his consulting business $25,000 a month to work with the mortgage giant's chief lobbyist.

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Gingrich’s Former Company to Release Contract

The consulting firm he founded has released the contract Newt Gingrich had with the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp.

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Republican Candidates Stand Together to Oppose Piracy Law

Standing in near unison, the four remaining contenders seeking the Republican presidential nomination are condemning a proposed anti-online piracy law that its critics say is overly aggressive.

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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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Romney Rolls into South Carolina

Mitt Romney is campaigning in South Carolina, hoping for a confirming victory in the race for the Republican presidential nomination.

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Mitt Romney and wife, Ann, celebrate winning the NH Primary (Win McNamee/Getty Images)
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NH Primary: Romney Wins, Looks Ahead [VIDEO]

Former Gov. Mitt Romney is conceding he's got "an uphill climb" in South Carolina, where he finished fourth in 2008, despite season-opening victories in Iowa and New Hampshire.

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