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With Polka Band And Pie, Romney Wraps Up Small-Town Tour In Michigan
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Yard signs supporting U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock in Columbus, Ind., on April 23. Mourdock went on to beat incumbent Sen. Dick Lugar in a primary race that received national attention, and a flood of money from outside Indiana. Curtis Tate/MCT /Landov hide caption

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Coming To A Political Campaign Near You: Outside Money, And Lots Of It
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President Obama meets with actor George Clooney, U.S. Special Envoy for Sudan Princeton N. Lyman, and human rights activist John Prendergast (far left) at the White House on March 15. Pete Souza/White House hide caption

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Listen To Some Voices Heard Outside The Supreme Court
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GOP Intensifies Its Outreach To Latino Voters Focusing On The Economy
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A campaign worker hangs a sign at a campaign stop for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Lorain, Ohio, on Thursday. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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President Obama's re-election campaign has released four new Spanish-language ads, each ending with the phrase: "Esta eleccion si importa," which in English means, "This election does matter." barackobama.com hide caption

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House Speaker John Boehner administers the House oath to Rep. Jason Altmire, D-Pa., on Jan. 5, 2011. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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In Southwestern Pa., Two Conservative Democratic Incumbents Fight For One Seat
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Sen. Bill Frist (left) gives a mock smallpox vaccine during a training session in 2003. Frist, a surgeon, once gave CPR to a visitor who collapsed in a Senate office building. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Will 2008's Surge In Young Voters Continue In 2012?
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President Obama announces support for building an oil pipeline from Oklahoma to Texas, Thursday in Cushing, Okla. Tom Pennington/Getty Images hide caption

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