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January 8, 2008
Photo: Flocking to voting booths in N.H.
Journal photo / Gretchen Ertl
Marie Porter, of Nashua, N.H. holds her 10-month-old son Andrew as she places her vote for presidential candidate Ron Paul at the Broad Street Elementary School in Nashua today. Weather was spring-like and participation brisk, the Associated Press reports, although it remained to be seen whether the New Hampshire primary would match the record-busting turnout of the Iowa caucuses won by Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Mike Huckabee five days ago.
Journal reporter Scott MacKay has been feeding reports from New Hampshire today to projo.com's Politics blog. See his posts and more photos from Journal photographer Gretchen Ertl there. For results of the primary, visit projo.com's home page later tonight, where you can also add your reaction.
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