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Romney courts Tea Party activists in S.C.

“I line up pretty darn well with Tea Partiers,’’ Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said at yesterday’s town hall meeting in Charleston, S.C. He is in the state for two days. “I line up pretty darn well with Tea Partiers,’’ Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said at yesterday’s town hall meeting in Charleston, S.C. He is in the state for two days. (Rainier Ehrhardt/associated press)
December 18, 2011
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Mitt Romney made a direct appeal yesterday for support from the Tea Party here, and said that chief rival Newt Gingrich does not represent the views of a movement that has sought outsiders who will change the culture of Washington.

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