Viewer’s Guide to the New Hampshire Primary
A voter prepares to cast his ballot for the New Hampshire GOP primary at Webster School on Tuesday in Manchester. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images.
All eyes are on New Hampshire this Tuesday as the Granite State chooses its favorite Republican candidate. While Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney scrapped by with eight votes after last week’s Iowa caucuses, he is still favored to take the lead again this time around. With several contenders out of the race, who will New Hampshire pick?
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