Excitement Fuels New Hampshire Primary

With the New Hampshire primary coming less than a week after the Iowa caucuses, there's a different atmosphere in New Hampshire. A party is going on in front of the statehouse on the last day of campaigning, it's warm, crowds wave signs and cars honk horns. It's all so much unlike previous primaries that found candidates quietly trolling for voters in diners and mills.



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