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.
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.
They're not counting on a win -- but Mitt Romney's five Republican opponents are hoping to finish well enough in today's New Hampshire primary to prove they're still in the race, so they can challenge him again in South Carolina and Florida.
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