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Watching the Debate with Voters in New Hampshire
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Watching the Debate with Voters in New Hampshire

Election 2008

Watching the Debate with Voters in New Hampshire

Watching the Debate with Voters in New Hampshire
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Wednesday night's Republican candidate debate took place in Florida and was sponsored by CNN and YouTube, which provided some unusual questions. There was more heat than usual, too, starting with a half-hour argument over immigration that had the leading candidates trading blows.

A group of Republicans in Bedford, N.H. — a state that will be voting in less than six weeks — gathered to watch the debate. They said they weren't impressed by the immigration tussle.

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