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“Considering a three-state makeup of a region, it is extraordinary you even have Metro.”
“Paul Gigot: This week on "The Journal Editorial Report," Rick Santorum's three-state sweep upends the GOP race once again.”
“MCKINNEY, Texas—Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, fresh from Tuesday's three-state sweep, brushed aside questions about his campaign donations on Wednesday by offering a quip aimed at his well-funded rival, Mitt Romney.”
“Rick Santorum jolted the Republican presidential race Tuesday with a three-state sweep of contests in Colorado, Missouri and Minnesota, puncturing Mitt Romney's claim to be the unstoppable front-runner.”
“Obama said Wednesday, as he wrapped up a three-day, three-state Midwestern tour, that he will present a proposal early next month to help the economy and cut the nation's massive budget deficit.”
“On Friday, as part of a three-state, three-day trip mostly focused on re-election fund raising, the president is set to visit the unionized Boeing plant in Everett, Wash., at the center of the battle, a move the labor movement is interpreting as a sign of support for its cause.”
“The other night while on the road covering a Pennsylvania congressional campaign, I holed up in a hotel room and got to watch ads from a three-state area.”
“U.S. President Barack Obama launches a three-state midwestern tour Monday aimed at answering opposition Republicans who accuse him of doing little to pump life into the ailing economy.”
“With recent stops across the country, at campaign fundraisers, and in next week's three-state bus trip in the U.S. midwest, Mr. Obama is intensifying his responses and explanations of his policies.”
“Mr. Obama, who is heading on a three-state bus tour next week to discuss the economy, says he plans to "put forward more proposals to help our businesses hire and create jobs, and won't stop until every American who wants a job can find one.”
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