'New Hampshire And Beyond': A Special Elections Podcast

Mitt Romney's convincing win in New Hampshire — and what that might mean for upcoming contests in the Republican presidential race — is the subject of a special podcast prepared fresh this morning from NPR News.

The podcast includes highlights from what the candidates had to say about the outcome in New Hampshire, plus NPR reporting on how Romney put together his victory. It also examines how the focus of the campaign will change as the GOP hopefuls descend on South Carolina ahead of that state's Jan. 21 primary.

The podcast is hosted by Giles Snyder and produced by Elaine Heinzman.

Voters cast ballots in the gym of the Webster School in Manchester, N.H., on Tuesday. i i

Voters cast ballots in the gym of the Webster School in Manchester, N.H., on Tuesday. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Voters cast ballots in the gym of the Webster School in Manchester, N.H., on Tuesday.

Voters cast ballots in the gym of the Webster School in Manchester, N.H., on Tuesday.

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