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It's All Politics, Jan. 5, 2012

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It's All Politics, Jan. 5, 2012

It's All Politics, Jan. 5, 2012

It's All Politics, Jan. 5, 2012

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Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, campaigns at the Boys and Girls Club in Salem, N.H., on Jan. 5.
Charles Dharapak/AP
Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, campaigns at the Boys and Girls Club in Salem, N.H., on Jan. 5.
Charles Dharapak/AP

With Mitt Romney savoring his "landslide" win in Iowa and Rick Santorum coming out of nowhere to reach the top tier, the scene now switches to New Hampshire where, as luck would have it, Ron Elving and Ken Rudin were camped out to discuss what's next in the battle for the Republican presidential nomination. The field is a bit smaller — Michele Bachmann is gone, and questions remain about Rick Perry — but Ron and Ken still talk as long as ever.