Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, center, signs autographs for supporters during an appearance at the Portland Co. complex on Fore Street in Portland Friday evening. The former Massachusetts governor, one of the front-runners in Maine's GOP caucuses, spoke about education, energy, government deregulation, and encouraging the economy during the 90-minute event. The next night he was declared the statewide winner, even though caucuses in northern Maine were rescheduled because of bad weather.
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