October 19, 2012

BY WINNING HERE...:

For Obama and Romney, small New Hampshire could have a big impact (Dan Balz, October 18, 2012, Washington Post)

Recent public polls have produced conflicting portraits of the state of play here. One showed Obama with a six-point lead, while others show the race statistically tied. Obama campaign advisers say they hold the lead now and are confident they can keep it. Romney campaign officials say the race is a tossup. Democrats not working directly for the president's campaign say they see a tie. In fact, they say that every top race in the state is tight.

"You could put a piece of paper between the two candidates right now," Nick Clemons, a Democratic strategist with long ties to New Hampshire politics, said of the presidential race. "Both congressional races are very tight. The governor's race is neck-and-neck. It's a classic New Hampshire election."

...Mitt will carry in Ovide Lamontaigne as governor and defend both House seats.
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