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Candidates Flock to New Hampshire

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Candidates Flock to New Hampshire

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Candidates Flock to New Hampshire

Candidates Flock to New Hampshire

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The Democratic presidential contenders storm New Hampshire in preparation for that state's primary in just one week. Fresh from their top-three showing in Iowa, Sen. John Kerry, Sen. John Edwards and former governor Howard Dean join retired Gen. Wesley Clark and Sen. Joe Lieberman for what is now described as a wide-open contest. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.

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