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Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Hillary Clinton wins New Hampshire

In what seemed like an impossibility a few days ago, when Barack Obama had a double digit lead in the state, Hillary Clinton has won a very close race in New Hampshire. The media will bill this as a massive upset, although they shouldn't: until Iowa, Clinton led in the state.

Seems she had the strong backing of women, and the independents decided to vote in the Republican primary as opposed to the Democratic one; independents helped Obama in Iowa.


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