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Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks during a campaign rally in June 2016 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, Calif. He launched a second presidential campaign on Tuesday, with a big burst of donations from supporters, but new challenges ahead. Sandy Huffaker/AP hide caption

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Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., leads a November 2015 rally in front of the New Hampshire State House in Concord. Sanders won that primary, but today some of his supporters in the early primary state are less enthusiastic about another presidential bid. Scott Eisen/Getty Images hide caption

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'Does It Have To Be Him?': N.H. Progressives Split By Another Sanders Bid

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New Hampshire secretary of state Bill Gardner, left, shows former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, the historic ballot box before O'Malley filed papers to run in the 2016 presidential primary. Gardner is the nation's longest-serving secretary of state and has jealously guarded New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation presidential primary. Jim Cole/AP hide caption

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Flowers are laid at the base of the statue at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum in College Station, Texas. Suzanne Cordeiro /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chris Pappas participates in a debate of Democratic hopefuls in New Hampshire's 1st Congressional District at St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., earlier this month. Pappas won the Tuesday, Sept. 11, Democratic primary and will represent his party in the November general election. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Jillian Broomstein plays with her son. Rachel Gotbaum/NPR hide caption

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New Hampshire Mothers Struggling With Opioid Addiction Fight To Keep Their Children

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Cashiers in Merrimack, N.H., sell a lottery ticket at Reeds Ferry Market convenience store in January. A woman who bought the winning ticket there won the $559.7 million jackpot and now has won the right to remain anonymous. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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In December, New York tax department investigators seized 757 liters of untaxed liquor brought into the state in this vehicle. New York State Department of Taxation and Finance hide caption

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New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner (from right), Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell at the second meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, on Tuesday. Holly Ramer/AP hide caption

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Tension And Protests Mark Trump Voting Commission Meeting

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Kansas Secretary of State, Kris Kobach, left, and Vice President Pence at the first meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, in July. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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A driver watches as an unusual sight passes by the side of the car: a herd of bison, recently escaped from a nearby farm in Gilford, N.H. By evening, local police had successfully rounded up the herd. Courtesy of Courtney Schwartzkopf/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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New Hampshire state Rep. Robert Fisher (left) attends a public hearing this week. Fisher says reports of alleged comments he made online degrading women were taken out of context. Elise Amendola/AP hide caption

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New Hampshire State Lawmaker Accused Of Online Misogyny Faces Expulsion

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For years Michael Treadwell has been in and out of jail for a range of charges, but his ex-wife, and those around him, say he gets into those situations because of his schizophrenia. Emily Corwin/NHPR hide caption

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Trespass, Jail, Repeat: How One Man Has Spent 575 Days in Jail

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The first session of the New Hampshire House on Jan. 4, 2017, in Concord. The chamber will soon consider legislation that will likely curtail the financial strength of labor unions. Elise Amendola/AP hide caption

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Labor Unions Appear Set For More State-Level Defeats In 2017

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Tom Conner, the current owner of Conner Bottling Works, is part of the fourth generation of the family-owned business. Todd Bookman/New Hampshire Public Radio hide caption

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