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Mitt Romney wins New Hampshire GOP primary

New Hampshire GOP Primary

Mitt Romney rolled to an easy victory Tuesday in the New Hampshire primary, taking a broad stride toward capturing the GOP presidential nomination as the contest heads south for a pair of potentially make-or-break contests.


After New Hampshire’s 2012 primary, Mitt Romney may face long, hard slog

Mitt Romney is poised to clock an easy victory here Tuesday, accomplishing a historic feat by winning back-to-back contests here and in Iowa and putting himself on a glide path to his party’s nomination. The trouble for Romney is, his rivals don’t quite see things that way.


On home turf of New Hampshire, expectations for Romney are high

Mitt Romney: New Hampshire Primary

No matter what happens in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday, Mitt Romney should be grateful that his opponents didn’t force him to play the expectations game. All available evidence suggests that Romney, with twice the support of his nearest rival in the latest polls, will roll to a solid victory.


Romney’s Opponents Intensify Attacks as Voting Nears

The trailing Republican presidential candidates intensified their attacks on Mitt Romney’s role at a corporate buyout firm in the final day of campaigning before New Hampshire voters go to the polls.


Poll: Mitt Romney maintains commanding lead in New Hampshire

Mitt Romney: New Hampshire Primary

Mitt Romney is holding on to what seems like an insurmountable lead in New Hampshire a new poll finds, meaning any drama surrounding Tuesday's voting in the first presidential primary is likely to be about who claims runner-up status.


Huntsman, Santorum support up in New Hampshire

Republican presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman is gaining support in New Hampshire at the right time, days before Tuesday's key primary election, but he still trails front-runner Mitt Romney by a prohibitive margin.


Ready or Not, Huntsman Faces His Moment in New Hampshire

Jon Huntsman

Jon M. Huntsman Jr., an early favorite of the pundit classes in Washington and New York who is now struggling to stay relevant, has bet it all on New Hampshire.


NH elections chief expects 250,000 GOP votes

Bill Gardner: NH Secretary of State

New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner says he expects 250,000 ballots to be cast in the highly contested Republican presidential primary on Tuesday and 75,000 on the Democratic side.

Senh: There are actually 13 candidates challenging Barack Obama for the Democratic side.


In New Hampshire, Romney keeps focus on Obama

Mitt Romney chooses once again on Friday night to keep his laser focus on just one man, President Barack Obama, rather than his GOP rivals.

Senh: While his rivals are taking shots at him to take him down, he's focusing on Obama as if he's already won his party's election. It's a good strategy, Republican voters see him as their best shot at preventing Obama's re-election.


Gingrich grows lead in Iowa, while Romney holds strong in New Hampshire

Newt Gingrich

The polls of the two earliest states in the presidential nominating contest both show significant progress for Gingrich, the former Speaker of the House, who has moved up about 20 points in each state since October.


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