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April 12, 2012


Obama Campaign Takes Shape

President Obama's election-year plan "is rapidly taking shape, with his first 2012 campaign rallies set for next month, now that Mitt Romney has cemented his status as the likely Republican nominee" the Wall Street Journal reports.

"The Obama campaign is planning an aggressive effort in coming weeks to raise money off of Mr. Romney, and the president will headline at least two campaign rallies in early May, perhaps in the swing states of Ohio and Virginia, according to people familiar with the events."

Meanwhile, the AP notes Vice President Biden "is diving into the No. 2's traditional attack-dog role -- earlier and more aggressively than usual, some say -- with comments designed to singe Romney."












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