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Mostly Moderate New Hampshire Voters Mull Candidates' Pitches

As presidential candidates in both parties hold campaign events across New Hampshire before Tuesday's primary election, there has been one common theme: an appeal to independent voters. Independents make up a large portion of New Hampshire voters. About 44 percent of the electorate here is undeclared, more than the percentage of the state’s registered Democrats and Republicans. One of those undeclared voters is Robert Cooper. He’s leaning toward GOP candidates this time around, but...

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