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Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney calls likely voters ahead of Tuesday's primary election on Monday. (AP)

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney calls likely voters ahead of Tuesday's primary election on Monday. (AP)

Radio Boston’s Meghna Chakrabarti and Anthony Brooks have spent the past few days in New Hampshire, following the candidates,  catching up with voters, and taking the pulse of this politically vibrant scene.

This Tuesday it’s not a caucus, but an actual primary. That means individual ballots and Independents! With just hours to go before the first polls open, some New Hampshire voters are still making up their minds.

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  • AmCruiser

    I caught the first 33 minutes of your show today but never heard mention that Mitt has had a second home in NH for years — Wolfeboro, to be precise — and that he or his wife march in every July 4 parade in the center of town.  Surely that counts for many in NH being aware of this fellow and his notariety as its neighboring state’s former governor.  Please mention this several times on Jan. 10, will you?  It boosts your credibility with a NH audience.

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