In 2006, Mitt Romney spent 212 days traveling outside Massachusetts, according to news reports, in what was widely regarded as the opening stage of his first campaign for president

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  • The Second-Strangest Campaign of the Season Is Taking Place in ... - New York Magazine
    ... were simply running for ... Last month, President ... Progressive Caucus in May ... in a February debate. ... out, he’s just a blank ...
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  • Friday Talking Points -- A Campaign Retrospective, Part 1 - Huffington Post
    ... wonder why President ... force the debate, because the Republicans running ... the Freedom Caucus). ... a full point lower than Mitt Romney ...
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  • With the Iowa caucus results in, Hillary Clinton is belatedly declared the winner
    Scott Brown, suggested that his decision to boycott a Fox News debate may ... Jeb Bush's allies are running ads dunning Ohio Gov. John Kasich as "wrong on New Hampshire issues" and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio as "not ready to be president."
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  • Congressional Freedom Caucus reacts to Boehner's resignation; Ann Romney discusses new book
    How much are you taking home out of your check every week or ... Also tonight, Ann Romney here to talk about not only her struggle with MS but what she thinks of the current GOP field running for president. And would Mitt have been a better president ...
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  • Debate 2 Recap: the Rumpus on the Campus, or The Brawl at Town Hall
    Actually, there was a similar snouts-in-the-wind phenomenon after the first edition, with tentative indications of a Romney victory morphing into an eventual heaping pile of scorn for the ... would check? And was he unaware of the follow-on fact that ...
    10/18/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
  • Good Morning Iowa: Caucus Day
    Check out ... boom-0 Iowa Fact of the Day (repeat because it is just so good): On January 20, 1982, Ozzy Osbourne dined on a bat while on stage in Des Moines while in front of 5,000 fans. 7:55am CT - Des Moines, IA: Romney for President grassroots rally.
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  • Newt Gingrich brands himself the new Reagan as frontrunner swats away attacks in final GOP debate before crucial Iowa vote
    He also glossed over the fact he was not the only leader in town back in those days. In the last debate ... having a president who can get America great again. I’ll have credibility on the economy when he (Gingrich) doesn’t.' Mitt Romney
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    http://www.factcheck.org/2012/01/paul-santorum-stretch-truth-on-iran/ http://www.factcheck.org/2012/01/paul-santorum-stretch-truth-on-iran/#comments Mon, 02 Jan 2012 ...
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    USA Today politics blog ... Most Popular. Trump-Pence logo raises eyebrows on Twitter 37k Shares
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  • CNN Political Ticker– All politics, all the time
    Two sources inside Mitt Romney's inner circle tell CNN that while Romney isn't planning a presidential bid, he's listening to a lot of people who want him to get in ...
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    Get the latest political coverage of the 2016 presidential candidates and elections. Get updates on republican and democratic candidates, polls and more at ABC News.
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