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October 19, 2012
Late Show With David Letterman (11:35 p.m., CBS3) - Actress Tina Fey; author Rick Santorum. The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (11:35 p.m., NBC10) - Justin Timberlake; Steve Nash; Ryan Bingham performs. The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (12:35 a.m., CBS3) - Chelsea Handler; Allen Stone performs. Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (12:35 a.m., NBC10) - Jake Gyllenhaal; Penny Marshall; Bobby Womack with Damon Albarn and Richard Russell.
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September 27, 2012 | By David A. Lieb, Associated Press
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - His spot on the ballot now guaranteed, Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin began rebuilding support Wednesday among fellow Republicans who shunned him after a remark about "legitimate rape," while Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill honed an election strategy that will use Akin's own words to portray him as an extremist. Akin won a pair of high-profile Republican endorsements Wednesday from former presidential candidate Rick Santorum and tea party favorite Sen. Jim DeMint.
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August 30, 2012 | By Thomas Fitzgerald, Inquirer Politics Writer
TAMPA - Rick Santorum stared at his smartphone, monitoring his wife, Karen, who was 10 yards away at the anchor desk in the CNN Grill, appearing as part of an on-air panel during Tuesday's session of the Republican National Convention. He was getting ready, as he might say, to take it to 'em. Two of his daughters and a couple of aides hunched over him at his table, blocking the noise of all the people who wanted to get at him. Afterward, Santorum was mobbed by well-wishers and fans, wanting to know about his coming speech in the convention hall; his disabled daughter, Bella; and his take on the man who Tuesday claimed the prize Santorum had wanted.
NEWS
August 29, 2012
  TOM SMITH   , the Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate, is not going to the Republican National Convention this week. After the day Smith had Monday, Mitt Romney and company are probably relieved to hear it. Smith, speaking after an event in Harrisburg, may have become the latest member of the Todd Akin political pariah club. Akin, a Missouri congressman running for the Senate, embarrassed the GOP last week by suggesting women's bodies prevent them from getting pregnant during a "legitimate rape.
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August 17, 2012 | By Philip Elliott, Associated Press
WASHINGTON - Sarah Palin and George W. Bush won't be in Tampa, Fla. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Al Gore won't make the trip to Charlotte, N.C. And scores of other Republican and Democratic stars are taking a pass as their parties gather for this year's national conventions. The reasons are varied - and often, of course, political. In some cases, high-wattage politicians weren't invited to have speaking roles. Advisers to Mitt Romney and President Obama are selecting people to stand at the podiums who most fit the message each candidate will try to send.
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August 14, 2012 | John Baer
I KNOW FOLKS are ramped over Mitt Romney's pick of Paul Ryan as running mate, but I'm fired up over other news.   In fact, perhaps no one is more excited than I about Rick Santorum getting a speaking role at the GOP convention in Tampa. As one watching virtually every interesting Pennsylvania pol leave office, lose office or go to prison, I need Rick to stay around. A national platform for his, uh, thinking, is just the thing to keep him going. It means he and his views are blessed by his party.
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May 10, 2012 | By Thomas Fitzgerald, Inquirer Politics Writer
Rick Santorum finally endorsed Mitt Romney for president, but he sure didn't trumpet the fact. The word came near the end of the 13th paragraph of an e-mail that hit the inboxes of Santorum supporters about 11 p.m. Monday - more than 900 words into his 1,107-word message. The former Pennsylvania senator wrote of his "clear differences" with Romney, illuminated during their bitter fight in the primaries, but said he was reassured that the presumptive Republican nominee would stand up for conservative principles after a private meeting the two men held last week in Pittsburgh.
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May 7, 2012 | By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
WASHINGTON - Mitt Romney will need independent voters in November, but he isn't abandoning his "severely conservative" record. The likely Republican presidential nominee has embarked on an aggressive campaign against President Obama that straddles two sometimes-conflicting political ideologies. On some days, the former Massachusetts governor is a social conservative and social moderate, a right-wing conspiracy theorist and promoter of political compromise. It's an evolving balancing act that, so far, is leaning decidedly right.
NEWS
April 25, 2012
Here is the percentage of the vote each GOP candidate won Tuesday. Connecticut primary Candidate % of Vote Mitt Romney 67.3 Ron Paul 13.5 Newt Gingrich 10.3 Rick Santorum 6.9 90% of returns counted Delaware primary Candidate % of Vote Mitt Romney 56.5 Newt Gingrich 27.1 Ron Paul 10.6 Rick Santorum 5.9 100% of returns counted ...
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