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Mapping out Romney’s Virginia victory

In the wake of Tuesday’s Republican primary in Virginia, a few things were immediately clear: former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney was the winner, Texas Rep. Ron Paul did better than expected, and turnout was historically low. Read full article >>
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