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2012 New Hampshire Primary Results: Mitt Romney Wins!

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2012 New Hampshire Primary Results *100% reporting: Mitt Romney 97,532 votes 39.3% – 5 delegates Ron Paul 56,848 votes 22.9% – 3 delegates Jon Huntsman 41,945 votes 16.9% – 2 delegates Newt Gingrich 23,411 votes 9.4% Rick Santorum 23,362 votes 9.4% Others 2,676 votes 1.1% Rick Perry 1,713 votes 0.7% Buddy Roemer 945 votes 0.4%

Huntsman and Romney Tie in First Ballot in Dixville Notch

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Residents in the small town of Dixville Notch, New Hampshire were the first to cast ballots in the state’s presidential primary election just after midnight on Tuesday. Results: Jon Huntsman 2 votes Mitt Romney 2 votes Ron Paul 1 vote Rick Perry 1 vote Newt Gingrich 1 vote Barack Obama 3 votes *According to the …

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Bain Capital: Ruthless or Just Good Business?

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Allies of Newt Gingrich have launched their fiercest attack yet on Republican front-runner Mitt Romney, with a half-hour film designed to destroy his claims to be a job-creating entrepreneur. The 28-minute video, which will likely show up on TV in the coming weeks, by the Gingrich-leaning Winning Our Future Super PAC assails Mr Romney for …

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Romney Continues to Slip in the Suffolk Poll, Huntsman and Gingrich Tick Up

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Former Massachusetts governor, Mitt Romney, has dropped a full 10 points from five days ago, when he had 43% of likely GOP voters to 33% in a January 9th Suffolk University poll. Romney is followed by Ron Paul at 20%, Jon Huntsman at 13%, Newt Gingrich at 11% and Rick Santorum at 10%, while Rick …

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Meet the Press/Facebook GOP Presidential Debate

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Romney and Santorum Down in Suffolk University/7News Poll, Paul and Huntsman Up

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Romney dropped 4 percentage points to 35%. The former Massachusetts governor still holds a 15 point lead, but his margin has declined by 8 percentage points since last Tuesday, when 43% of likely Republican voters backed Romney. Romney is followed by Paul at 20%, Huntsman at 11%, Newt Gingrich at 9% and Rick Santorum, who …

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January 7th ABC/Yahoo! News Republican Debate

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January 7th ABC/Yahoo! News Republican Debate

Romney Drops and Pack Gains in 2012 New Hampshire Primary Straw Poll

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Mitt Romney still maintains a strong lead over his closest rival Ron Paul in the most recent 2012NewHampshirePrimary.com online Straw Poll. The big surprise is the recent surge of former Louisiana Governor, Buddy Roemer. Roemer has received little to no press, yet he managed 14% in a virtual 5-way tie for second. Vote now in …

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Opinion: Can Romney Win the General Election?

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Some people today seem to have trouble with my formulation that the consistent anti-Romney sentiment (for such it is) of around 75 percent — reflected in the Iowa caucuses results — is somehow logically fallacious, and that one could just as easily make the same short-end equation regarding Perry, Paul, Gingrich, Bachmann, et al. They …

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