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By: The Washington Post Published: Saturday, November 24, 2012, 7:16 p.m. Updated: Monday, November 26, 2012 OXFORD, Miss. — Election Day in the South told a surprising story: The nation’s first black president finished more strongly in the region than any Democratic nominee in three decades, underscoring a fresh challenge for Republicans who rely on Southern whites as their base of national support. President Obama won Virginia and Florida and narrowly missed victory in North Carolina. But he also polled as well in Georgia as any Democrat since Jimmy Carter, grabbed 44 percent of the vote in deep-red South Carolina and just under that in Mississippi — despite doing no substantive campaigning in any of those states.

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Republican strategist and Romney supporter Henry Barbour addresses the question of whether Mitt Romney can take the South and says that Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich have no visible path to winning the Republican nomination. Henry Barbour, Republican Strategist | Capitol Resources LLC Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news

In R.N.C. Battle, the Other Barbour Steps Out By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON Published: January 12, 2011 YAZOO CITY, Miss. — There’s not much left between Henry Barbour’s house and the horizon. Since the tornado came through here last April, the house has sat on a bare hill, looking out over the meager remains of the