Election 2008

GOP Race Intensifies as Huckabee Surges

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The presidential race for Republicans is getting tighter now that Mike Huckabee is a bigger contender. Mitt Romney is set to discuss concerns about faith in public life in a major speech Thursday. And John McCain wins the endorsement of the Union Leader, a conservative newspaper in New Hampshire.

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