Doug Gross

veteran Republican activist

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Attorney from Des Moines, Iowa and veteran Republican activist, who was the Republican nominee for governor of Iowa in 2002; Chairman of Mitt Romney's 2008 presidential campaign

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The  Des Moines Register Poll , out today, shows yet another also-ran picking up steam as Iowa Republicans prepare to  caucus  tomorrow night.

Romney, Paul and...Santorum?

The Des Moines Register Poll , out today, shows yet another also-ran picking up steam as Iowa Republicans prepare to caucus tomorrow night.

from Which Way, L.A.?

The  Des Moines Register Poll , out today, shows yet another also-ran picking up steam as Iowa Republicans prepare to  caucus  tomorrow night.

Romney, Paul and...Santorum?

The Des Moines Register Poll , out today, shows yet another also-ran picking up steam as Iowa Republicans prepare to caucus tomorrow night.

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Last night was  episode thirteen  for the Republican presidential candidates. Has it been serious politics or reality TV?

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Last night was episode thirteen for the Republican presidential candidates. Has it been serious politics or reality TV?

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