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The Republican Race, Beyond Iowa

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney hugs his wife, Ann, in Des Moines, Iowa. i i

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney hugs his wife, Ann, in Des Moines, Iowa. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney hugs his wife, Ann, in Des Moines, Iowa.

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney hugs his wife, Ann, in Des Moines, Iowa.

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We've been helping our friends at It's All Politics on the big story of the morning, which, as you've no doubt heard, is that after a nail-biter of a night, Mitt Romney took the Iowa primary by eight votes. Rick Santorum pulled a surprising turn around to end up second.

Here's some of the territory we've covered on IAP:

— "Iowa Offers Little Clarity For GOP Field"

— "Can Santorum Translate His Iowa Triumph Into N.H. Success?"

— "'Iowa And Beyond': Listen To A Special NPR Podcast"

— "Poll: Iowa Gives Santorum Small Boost In N.H."

— "McCain Expected To Endorse Mitt Romney"

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