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PUTTING BEST FACE FORWARD

Romney stung twice, but pressing on

Sees chance to win delegates in Michigan

'I'd rather have a gold, but I got another silver,' former governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts told hundreds of supporters at his party last night in Bedford. "I'd rather have a gold, but I got another silver," former governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts told hundreds of supporters at his party last night in Bedford. (Essdras M Suarez/Globe staff)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / January 9, 2008

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BEDFORD, N.H. - Mitt Romney, unable to refocus his message and prove his authenticity to New Hampshire's fiercely independent and fiscally conservative voters, yesterday suffered a second defeat in six days, leaving his presidential campaign strategy in tatters. (Full article: 924 words)

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