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Mitt Romney spoke with Odessa Pham and Ted Enabnit at a caucus coffee event this month in Clear Lake, Iowa. Mitt Romney spoke with Odessa Pham and Ted Enabnit at a caucus coffee event this month in Clear Lake, Iowa. (Charlie Neibergall/associated press)
By James W. Pindell and Scott Helman
Globe Correspondent and Globe Staff / May 29, 2007

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AMES, Iowa -- Mitt Romney's Iowa team members awoke on a Sunday to find their BlackBerries buzzing with startling news: A major poll had Romney up -- and up big -- over his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination. (Full article: 1216 words)

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