Don Gonyea Gonyea is NPR's National Political Correspondent, a position he has held since 2010. His reports can be heard on all NPR News programs and at NPR.org.
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Rick Santorum Announces Another Run For GOP's Presidential Nominee

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Former Texas Gov. Perry Prepares To Announce Presidential Bid

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Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., toured Manchester, N.H., on Friday. On Saturday, he spoke at the Republican Party of Iowa's Lincoln Day Dinner. Jim Cole/AP hide caption

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Sen. Lindsey Graham Is 'Having A Blast' As He Preps Presidential Run

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Sen. Graham To Announce In June If He's Joining GOP Presidential Race

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GOP Presidential Race Revs Its Motors At Iowa Dinner

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Jeb Bush continues to struggle to articulate a position on Iraq and separate himself from his brother's most unpopular policy. Ricardo Arduengo/AP hide caption

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Jeb Bush Faces Criticism Over Iraq War Comments

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Former President Bill Clinton campaigns before the 2014 elections for former Sen. Mark Pryor, center, and Mike Ross, right, the Democratic candidate for governor. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Political Postcard: Still Love For Bill Clinton In A Place Called Hope

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When Mike Huckabee was governor of Arkansas, he tied a yellow ribbon around a bust of President Clinton at the Governor's Mansion. He said he would remove the ribbon when the federal government allows ARKids First to continue enrolling Medicaid-eligible applicants into the program. Chris Johnson/AP hide caption

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Huckabee Hopes Evangelical Voters Are Tying Yellow Ribbons For Him

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Days After Riots, Baltimore Orioles Played With No Fans Present

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AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka: "Candidates can't hedge their bets any longer, and expect workers to rush to the polls in excitement." Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Union Head Presses Candidates, Clinton On Trade

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Gov. Scott Walker arrives at the First in the Nation Republican Leadership Summit in New Hampshire. Walker has long been a polarizing figure due to his epic battles with public employee unions, but a new poll this week shows a new and sizable drop in his approval rating. Darren McCollester/Getty Images hide caption

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As Governors Eye The White House, Home Takes A Back Seat

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