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Presidential Candidates Court New Hampshire Votes

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Presidential Candidates Court New Hampshire Votes

Presidential Candidates Court New Hampshire Votes

Presidential Candidates Court New Hampshire Votes

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Presidential hopefuls were on the campaign trail Monday in the New Hampshire town of Milford. The Labor Day Parade there regularly attracts candidates, and this year was no different. Democrats Barack Obama and Christopher Dodd, and a Republican, Mitt Romney, made their way along the parade route.

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