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Mitt Romney Seen As Downplaying Iowa Campaign

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To illustrate Mitt Romney’s Iowa strategy, some numbers are helpful: Counting today’s visit, he has made four visits to Iowa all year. That’s two fewer than Sarah Palin, who’s not running for the GOP presidential nomination.

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