Election 2008

McCain Has Lost Some of His Sheen for N.H. Voters

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In 2000, Sen. John McCain's image as a straight-talking maverick helped him trounce George W. Bush in the Republican primary in New Hampshire. But this time, the state's independent voters seem less sure about McCain.

Jon Greenberg of New Hampshire Public Radio reports.



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