Don Gonyea Don Gonyea is a NPR National Political Correspondent based in Washington, D.C., and travels throughout the United States covering elections and the country's political climate. His reports can be heard on all NPR programs and at NPR.org.
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In Iowa, Obama Accuses Romney Of Distortion

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Iowans attend a marriage rally sponsored by The Family Leader on Tuesday at the Statehouse in Des Moines. The head of the organization says President Obama's endorsement of gay marriage could cost him the election. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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Vice President Biden defends the administration's foreign policy --€” and questions Mitt Romney's ideas — on Thursday at New York University. Lucas Jackson/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney speaks at a campaign rally in Tempe, Ariz., on Friday. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Courting Tea Party voters in Philadelphia on Monday night, Mitt Romney speaks next to a large statue of Benjamin Franklin at the Franklin Institute. Tim Shaffer/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Other Options Gone, Tea Party Members Warm Up To Romney

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Santorum's Campaign Was Full Of Surprise Twists

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Santorum Ends Campaign But 'Isn't Done Fighting'

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Demonstrators cheer the effort to recall Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Jan. 17 in Madison. Andy Manis/AP hide caption

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In Wisconsin, Recall Politics Overshadow Primary

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