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New Hampshire Recruiting

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New Hampshire Recruiting

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Democrats in New Hampshire are making intense preparations as that state gets ready to lead off the 2004 primaries next January. New Hampshire Public Radio's Dan Gorenstein reports the state has long been a key state for Democratic presidential hopefuls, and this election season will be no different, with party candidates working overtime to secure support and raise money in the state.

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