On Primary Day, Some In New Hampshire Take To The Streets ...

NPR's Tovia Smith spotted these banner-waving pedestrians Tuesday in Manchester, N.H.

On the streets of Manchester, N.H., Tuesday, these pedestrians seemed stoked about one Republican candidate, Mitt Romney.

NPR's Tovia Smith spotted these men — apparently Romney supporters — running from all corners of an intersection right through the traffic box, waving signs for the GOP candidate.

They did it all while obeying the traffic signals. Drivers honked in support.



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