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Appeals Court Rules: Perry Remains Off Virginia Ballot

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Texas Gov. Rick Perry Tuesday lost the latest round in his court battle to get his name on the presidential primary ballot in Virginia. The federal Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit Tuesday rejected his appeal of a lower-court ruling refusing to place Mr. Perry, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Sen. Rick Santorum on the ballot for the March 6 primary.
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Romney Looks Past Weekend’s Primary as Rivals Find New Hope

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Mitt Romney delivered a 13-minute speech here on Tuesday morning, shook hands with an audience that filled only a small part of a ballroom and caught a plane for a fund-raising gala in New York, a clear sign that he is looking beyond South Carolina. The outward confidence in Mr. Romney’s posture belied a deeply uncertain and fluid conclusion to the Republican presidential primary here.
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Five Things: What Matters Most After New Hampshire

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Throughout this year’s election, I will pose and answer key questions at critical moments during the campaign. On New Hampshire Primary Election Day, I shared the five things I was watching for.

Here is how it all shook out.

Candidates Brace for Brawl in South Carolina

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The Republican presidential candidates plunged Wednesday into what's likely to be a hard-hitting run-up to the Jan. 21 South Carolina primary, with campaigns and the groups supporting them ready to unleash millions of dollars in ads, many of them negative.
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Romney’s Playing to Win the GOP, but the General Election is Another Game

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Mitt Romney’s victory in New Hampshire was never in doubt. What the campaign here said about the former Massachusetts governor’s readiness for a general-election contest against President Obama may be the more important story.
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GOP Prepares for a Bruising South Carolina Primary Campaign

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The Republican challengers to Mitt Romney descended on South Carolina on Wednesday sharply divided and deeply uncertain about how to stop the front-runner’s march to the GOP presidential nomination. Former House speaker Newt Gingrich (Ga.) led the attacks with a tough ad that began airing Wednesday detailing Romney’s past support for abortion rights. After Romney’s victory in New Hampshire on Tuesday, attention turned to South Carolina, which will hold its primary on Jan. 21.

The New Hampshire Primaries in Less Than 5 Minutes

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After two weekend debates and intense campaigning following the Iowa Caucuses, citizens went to the polls to pick a GOP Presidential candidate. We take a look at the candidates’ reactions to the New Hampshire primary results.

Romney Wins G.O.P. Primary in New Hampshire

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Mitt Romney swept to victory in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, turning back a ferocious assault from rivals who sought to disqualify him in the eyes of conservatives, in a contest that failed to anoint a strong opponent to slow his march to the Republican nomination.
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Mitt Romney Wins NH Primary

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This is the second win for Romney is the first for any Republican apart from a sitting president, reports CNBC's John Harwood.

Good Enough

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For the last week, Mitt Romney has called himself "landslide Romney," repeating a joke from John McCain about his eight-vote victory in the Iowa caucuses. The title fits a little better now. He won the New Hampshire primary by a handy 13 points with 37 percent of the vote. In the much-watched fight for runner-up, Ron Paul got that "real nice second place" he'd been predicting, with 24 percent of the vote, and Jon Huntsman finished third with 17 percent—to the disappointment of New York magazine editors but few Republican voters.