Saturday, March 18, 2006

Romney delivers, receives barbs in N.H. - Boston.com

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Dick Morris: Hillary will be president|| RedState
Odd title for a very pro-Romney blog posting on a GOP website.

Friday, March 17, 2006

Rich Lowry on Election 2008 on National Review Online

Romney vs. Allen: The non-McCain primary has begun
Absolutely the first Romney article that doesn't mention his faith as a deterrent. Are we finally there?

Salt Lake Tribune - Nation and World

AP Newsbreak: Romney to attend O'Malley's elevation to cardinal - Boston.com

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Romney speaks heavily of his father during national TV interview - Boston.com

A tale of two Mitts - The Boston Globe

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Mitt Romney on the issues - Editorials/Op-Ed - The Washington Times, America's Newspaper

Mitt Romney on the issues - Editorials/Op-Ed - The Washington Times, America's Newspaper
Finally an Op-Ed that doesn't bore you to death about the so-called "Mormon Factor"

Romney shifts tone on gay adoption - The Boston Globe

Romney shifts tone on gay adoption - The Boston Globe
Romney's opinion on a gay couple's right to adopt children is explained.

Monday, March 13, 2006

Hugh Hewitt: March 05, 2006 - March 11, 2006 Archives

Sunday, March 12, 2006

The Fix -- Chris Cillizza's Politics Blog on washingtonpost.com

The Fix -- Chris Cillizza's Politics Blog on washingtonpost.com
Coverage of Romney's speech made at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference.

New Mitt Blog

Tennesseans for Mitt
They made a difference for Romney this weekend.

New Mitt Blog

Tennesseans for Mitt
They made a difference for Romney this weekend.

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Republicans look to a future without Bush

Frist wins, Romney takes 2d in GOP straw poll - The Boston Globe

CNN.com - Frist thrives with home-field advantage - Mar 12, 2006

CNN.com - Frist thrives with home-field advantage - Mar 12, 2006: "With 1,427 ballots cast, the Senate majority leader from Nashville received 526 votes, or 36.9 percent -- and all but 97 of them were cast by Tennessee delegates. Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney made a surprising second-place finish with 205 votes, or 14.4 percent."

Could Southerners not be very worried about the so-called "Mormon Factor"?
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