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  • "Republicans and conservatives consider the Des Moines Register to be a liberal newspaper," Mr. Goldford said. "So they certainly tend not to take their guidance from what the Des Moines Register says. It not that the Register's endorsement would be a kiss of death necessarily for a candidate, but Republicans would not be disposed to pay a lot of attention to what the Register said anyway."

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