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Connie Mack Tries to Link Bill Nelson to Obama

U.S. Rep. Connie Mack, who is looking for the Republican nomination to challenge U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson in November, tore into that Democrat incumbent on Thursday, trying to link him to President Barack Obama. Mack also urged Nelson to back the Keystone XL Pipeline project.

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Bob Dole Goes to Bat for Mitt Romney in Kansas

Former GOP presidential candidate and U.S. Senate leader Bob Dole endorsed Mitt Romney for the Republican presidential nomination back in December. Dole resurfaced for the Romney campaign on Thursday as Romney heads into the Kansas caucus, which has 40 delegates at stake, on Saturday.

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Mitt Romney's Team Fires Away at Rick Santorum

After winning primaries in Arizona and Missouri last month, Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney tried to focus his fire on President Barack Obama. But with Rick Santorum winning three contests on Super Tuesday and almost winning the key state of Ohio, Romneys team is now firing away at that GOP rival as the race shifts to Kansas, Alabama and Mississippi.

Romneys team came out swinging at Santorum on Thurday, attacking him for his record in Congress.

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Mitt Romney's Team: Santorum and Gingrich are Helping Obama

After winning six out of 10 contests on Super Tuesday, Mitt Romneys team made the argument that only their candidate has a legitimate shot at winning the Republican presidential nomination -- and that his GOP opponents are only helping Democrat incumbent President Barack Obama.

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Mitt Romney's Odds to Win the GOP Nomination Increase

Mitt Romney did not exactly have the most impressive of nights on Super Tuesday-- but Europes largest oddsmaker thinks he did enough to further solidify his claim to be the favorite for the Republican presidential nomination. Irish bookmaker Paddy Power moved Romney from a 1-8 favorite to win the nomination to 1-10. The odds that Rick Santorum will end up with the nomination dropped from 6-1 to 10-1. Ron Paul remains a 25-1 underdog and Newt Gingrich is a 33-1 longshot.

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Mitt Romney Edges Rick Santorum to Win Ohio

With 10 states up for grabs, Mitt Romney emerged a battered winner on Super Tuesday -- but he did not knock out his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination.

Romney won five of the 10 states that held contests on Tuesday -- though results have not come in from the Alaska caucus. While he won Ohio, his chief battleground on Tuesday, Romney's wins also included two New England states which Republicans have little chance of winning in November and Virginia where his chief GOP rivals did not make the ballot.

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Rick Santorum Beats Out Ron Paul in North Dakota

Rick Santorum scoredhis third win of the night on Super Tuesday by winning the North Dakota caucus. With 52 percent of the votes counted, Santorum led with 40 percent followed by Ron Paul in second with 27 percent. Mitt Romney was running third with 25 percent while Newt Gingrich lagged behind with 8 percent. There are 28 delegates at stake in North Dakota.

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Rick Santorum Scores Big Wins in Tennessee and Oklahoma

Rick Santorum scored a big win on Super Tuesday as he carried Tennessee. Its a solid win for the former Pennsylvania senator since Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney had been surging in the polls in recent days. Santorum should pick up many of the 58 delegates that were on the line in the Volunteer State.

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Mitt Romney Carries Home State of Massachusetts

Since backing favorite son Calvin Coolidge over John W. Davis in 1924, Massachusetts has gone Republican only four times in presidential elections -- as Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan both carried the state twice.

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Mitt Romney Wins the Vermont Primary

Mitt Romney, from neighboring Massachusetts, was declared the winner of the Vermont Republican presidential primary on Super Tuesday. There were 17 delegates on the line in the Green Mountain State.

Vermont used to be a strong Republican state. It was one of six states that Herbert Hoover carried when he was buried in a landslide by FDR back in 1932. It was one of two -- yes, two -- states that Alf Landon carried in 1936 against FDR. And it produced one of the most conservative American presidents inCalvin Coolidge.

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