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Lower profile, but more delegates?

Romney choice of Nevada over S.C. may pay off

As the sun rose yesterday, Mitt Romney listened to a staff members as they flew over Nevada on his way to a campaign stop. As the sun rose yesterday, Mitt Romney listened to a staff members as they flew over Nevada on his way to a campaign stop. (L.M. Otero/Associated Press)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / January 19, 2008

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HENDERSON, Nev. - While his main rivals slugged it out yesterday across South Carolina, fighting for an edge in today's hotly contested primary, Mitt Romney hopscotched around Nevada, angling to win a lower-profile contest today that could bring a bigger reward. (Full article: 955 words)

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