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Study: Romney Plan Raises Taxes on Poor Families

Updated: 01/05/2012 - A new independent study says Republican Mitt Romney's tax plan would increase taxes on low-income families while cutting taxes for the middle-class and the rich.

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Romney Accepts McCain's Endorsement in GOP Race

Updated: 01/04/2012 - Mitt Romney on Wednesday accepted an endorsement from Arizona Sen. John McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, as the former Massachusetts governor pushed for an overwhelming victory in next week's New Hampshire primary.

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Perry Tweets, `Here We Come South Carolina'

Updated: 01/04/2012 - A determined Rick Perry said Wednesday he will not abandon his presidential campaign despite a fifth-place finish in the Iowa caucuses.

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Romney Wins Most Delegates in Iowa

Posted: 01/04/2012 - Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has won most of the delegates in the Iowa Republican caucuses, edging former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum. Romney won a projected 13 delegates and Santorum won 12. Texas Rep. Ron Paul was shut out.

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Entrance Poll: Early Iowa Caucus-Goers Favor 3

Updated: 01/03/2012 - An entrance poll of early arriving caucus-goers in Iowa suggests that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, Texas congressman Ron Paul and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum are in the top tier of vote-getters in the Republican presidential contest.

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Gingrich Plots an Attack on Romney's Record

Updated: 01/03/2012 - After weathering a full-on assault in Iowa, Newt Gingrich and his allies planned Tuesday to hit back hard at rival Mitt Romney as the Republican presidential campaign pushed east.

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Dems Target Romney in Iowa

Updated: 01/02/2012 - Democrats in Iowa are trying to weaken Republican Mitt Romney in advance of Tuesday's lead-off presidential caucuses as polls show the former Massachusetts governor amassing support.

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Rising Santorum Targeted by GOP Rivals in Iowa

Posted: 01/01/2012 - Surging into top-tier contention, Republican Rick Santorum came under sharp criticism from rivals hoping to slow his momentum two days before Iowa's kickoff caucuses. The former Pennsylvania senator defended his record in Washington and cast himself as the most electable conservative alternative to front-runner Mitt Romney.

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Paul Gets Front-Runner's Welcome in Iowa

Updated: 12/28/2011 - Texas Rep. Ron Paul received a welcome befitting a man with a suddenly serious chance to win next week's Iowa Republican presidential caucuses as he arrived in the state Wednesday for a final burst of campaigning.

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Perry Asks Judge to Order He Be Put on Virginia Ballot

Updated: 12/28/2011 - Texas Gov. Rick Perry has filed an emergency order in federal court to require Virginia's Board of Elections to place his name on the ballot for the state Republican presidential primary.

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Gingrich Says Greek Cruise Gave Him Time to Think

Updated: 12/28/2011 - Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said Wednesday a luxury cruise he took through the Greek Isles earlier this year that prompted top aides to flee his campaign was designed to show he's "a different kind of candidate."

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Wacky Rules Complicate Race for GOP Delegates

Updated: 12/28/2011 - Look out for some wacky results in the Republican race for presidential nominating delegates. There might even be a state or two where the second-place candidate gets the most delegates.

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In Pursuit, GOP Contenders Rumble Through Iowa

Posted: 12/28/2011 - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney carried himself Tuesday like a man with the party nomination in hand, even before the first votes have been cast.

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House Leaders Accept Senate Tax Terms

Posted: 12/28/2011 - In an abrupt about-face, House Republican leaders Thursday agreed to a two-month extension of a Social Security payroll tax cut and federal unemployment benefits, GOP aides said.

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Obama Uses Public Pressure to Push GOP on Tax Cuts

Posted: 12/28/2011 - President Barack Obama on Thursday chided House Republicans he said are holding up an extension of expiring payroll tax cuts, saying the debate is "about the American people."

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Obama Urges Hill Leaders to Extend Payroll Tax Cut

Posted: 12/28/2011 - Seeking to break a stalemate that is threatening 160 million workers with Jan. 1 tax increases, President Barack Obama urged the top leaders of Congress Wednesday to first pass a short-term extension while promising to work with lawmakers on a full-year measure.

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Paul Emerges as Outsider Alternative in GOP Race

Posted: 12/28/2011 - Suddenly, Ron Paul is in contention to win the Iowa caucuses and do well in the New Hampshire primary two weeks before the first votes are cast, reflecting the fluidity of the Republican presidential race.

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