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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney shakes hands with Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., during a town hall-style meeting in Aston, Pa., on Monday. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Romney Takes Rubio On Road, Testing A Potential Running Mate

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In Ohio, Romney Points To Obama's Failed Promises

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Mitt Romney speaks at the 138th National Rifle Association of America meetings on May 15, 2009, in Phoenix. Christian Petersen/Getty Images hide caption

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President Obama has a chance to make fun of his opponents — and himself — when he addresses the annual White House Correspondents' Association gala later this month. Last year he joked about Donald Trump and the "birther" issue. Martin H. Simon-Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Not Just For Laughs: Why Humor Can Be A Powerful Campaign Tool

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Romney's Rhetoric Shifts Toward November Election

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Romney Sweeps Maryland, D.C., Wisconsin Primaries

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Supporters of the health care law have recently embraced the term "Obamacare," a word they once recoiled from. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Health Care Ruling Could Impact Presidential Race

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Supreme Court To Decide Health Care Law's Fate

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