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Thanking Rivals By Name, Mitt Romney Embraces GOP Nomination At GOP Gathering

ABC News’ Michael Falcone and Emily Friedman report: SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Mitt Romney used a speech before an audience of some of the Republican National Committee’s top leaders to put the Republican primary in the past. Though his appearance here did not officially seal his ascent to the Republican presidential nomination — a path that [...]

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New RNC Ad “In Denial” – A Failed Experiment In 200 Days

What a great ad! By Michael Steele (CNN) — Friday marks President Obama’s 200th day in office, and in most respects, his second hundred days as president have been worse than the first 100. Obama campaigned on bringing “change” to America, and during his first 200 days as president, his real definition of change is [...]

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Republicans Consider Shaking Up Primary Schedule

Iowa has long held the nation’s first presidential caucuses, followed by New Hampshire’s leadoff primary, but the two, smaller states have been criticized for wielding outsized influence in presidential nominations SAN DIEGO — Republicans from Iowa and New Hampshire defended their coveted early spots in presidential nominating contests Friday, as national party leaders consider recommending [...]

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