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PBS NewsHour: Facing Romney's Funding, Staffing Edge, How Will Santorum Fare in N.H.?

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A day after Mitt Romney's narrow win over Rick Santorum in the Iowa Caucuses, most of the Republican presidential hopefuls moved their attention from the Midwest to New England to campaign before next week's primary in New Hampshire. PBS NewsHour's Judy Woodruff has a report and speaks with Gwen Ifill and Jeremy Peters of The New York Times.

The Iowa Caucuses in Under 5 Minutes

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A review of the close contest in the 2012 Iowa Caucuses, including Michele Bachmann's decision to drop out following a poor performance at the polls.

PBS NewsHour: Special Coverage of the Iowa Caucuses

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After a long night of counting votes in Iowa, Gwen Ifill analyzes the first-in-the-nation caucus with Stuart Rothenberg of the Rothenberg Political Report and PBS NewsHour Political Editor Christina Bellatoni. What issues drove voters, and how will this impact the next primaries?

Iowa Caucuses Leave Two Key Questions Unanswered

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Through most of the past year, the two main questions about the Republican nomination campaign were who would emerge as the most viable challenger to Mitt Romney and whether Republicans could learn to love the former Massachusetts governor. With the results from Iowa’s caucuses now tallied, those questions still have no answers.
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Newt Gingrich's Push for New Hampshire

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Discussing Newt Gingrich's campaign message and the amount of money he needs to raise to compete effectively and round up an army of supporters, with CNBC's John Harwood, Larry Kudlow.

Iowa Caucus: Rivals Seek to Rally Right Against Mitt Romney

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Mitt Romney won the Iowa caucuses Tuesday night over runner-up Rick Santorum by a margin so small he could count it on his fingers, the culmination of a months-long heartland slog in which he was never subject to a sustained assault by his more conservative rivals. That is about to change, with a vengeance.
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Obama Among the Winners in Iowa

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After a dramatic, confusing night of suspense in the Republican Party's Iowa caucuses, the big winner may well have been a Democrat: Barack Obama. The president's re-election campaign had reason to smile early Wednesday, as Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum battled to a virtual dead heat in the caucuses that kicked off the campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.
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Whither Thou Goest, Iowa Caucus?

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Tuesday's results are bound to revive the enduring debate over the oh-so-special role played by a state that's whiter, more rural and more evangelical than most of the country. Iowa's tradition of holding partisan caucuses instead of state-run primaries attracts only a fraction of the electorate but sets the tone for the entire nominating process. No fair? At this moment, with the race between Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney too close to call and Ron Paul coming in third, two of top three 2012 finishers in Iowa are highly unlikely to win the nomination.

Iowa Caucus Results: Romney Edges Santorum; Paul Finishes Third

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Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney beat former senator Rick Santor­um (Pa.) in the Iowa caucuses by just eight votes, a sign of a splintered and increasingly fractious field as the GOP presidential race moves to New Hampshire, South Carolina and Florida.
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It’s a Tie!

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The Iowa Republican caucus was a tie and a blowout. The finish was so close that statistics majors at Iowa State will probably see it as a question on the final. Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum essentially tied at 25 percent, with Ron Paul a breath behind at 21 percent.
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