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Small-town Stops Can Win Votes for Candidates

In New Hampshire, a handshake at a diner can turn into a vote in the ballot box. For decades, presidential candidates have sought out small-town campaign stops to make a personal connection with the voters in this first-in-the-nation primary state.   At Robie’s general store in Hooksett, New Hampshire, decades of signed political photographs line the walls, a testament to the generations of candidates who have stopped by to meet voters.   “They really want to say I’m...

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