N.H. Town Hall Meetings Lure More Outsiders New Hampshire voters' skill at vetting would-be presidents is touted because of frank candidate-voter interaction at town hall rallies. But the meetings have become magnets for provocateurs everywhere, making residents feel that their unique forum is being hijacked.
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N.H. Town Hall Meetings Lure More Outsiders

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N.H. Town Hall Meetings Lure More Outsiders

N.H. Town Hall Meetings Lure More Outsiders

N.H. Town Hall Meetings Lure More Outsiders

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When people talk about New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation's primary, they often stress Granite Staters' skill at vetting would-be presidents because of frank candidate-voter interaction at town hall rallies. But the meetings have become magnets for provocateurs everywhere, making residents feel as if their unique forum is being hijacked.

Josh Rogers reports from New Hampshire Public Radio.