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Win or lose, Obama says 2012 race is his last

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Reporting from Coconut Grove, Fla. —

Whether he wins a second term or not, President Obama said the 2012 election is the last time voters will see his name on a ballot.

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"This is my last campaign, so I'm going to put everything I've got into it," he told guests at a private home in Coconut Grove.

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