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How Ohio Puts The Super In Super Tuesday

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How Ohio Puts The Super In Super Tuesday

How Ohio Puts The Super In Super Tuesday

How Ohio Puts The Super In Super Tuesday

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Republican presidential candidate, former US Senator Rick Santorum speaks to the Lake County Republican Party during their Lincoln Day dinner in Willoughby, Ohio on Friday. i

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Republican presidential candidate, former US Senator Rick Santorum speaks to the Lake County Republican Party during their Lincoln Day dinner in Willoughby, Ohio on Friday.

Republican presidential candidate, former US Senator Rick Santorum speaks to the Lake County Republican Party during their Lincoln Day dinner in Willoughby, Ohio on Friday.

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In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, why all eyes will be on Ohio this Super Tuesday. Also, political dirt diggers, meteorite hunters, and the king of gongs. Plus: a linguistic road trip, Kristin Chenoweth, and electronic music pioneer Suzanne Ciani.

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