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N.H. GOP taps former governor in bid to reverse flagging fortune

JOHN H. SUNUNU 'It finally reached the point where I realized that someone had to do something - and that I had to be the one.' JOHN H. SUNUNU "It finally reached the point where I realized that someone had to do something - and that I had to be the one."
By James W. Pindell
Globe Correspondent / February 2, 2009

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BEDFORD, N.H. - They are beaten down and bloodied, demoralized and beset by infighting after a series of major setbacks at the polls. But now officials of New Hampshire's beleaguered Republican Party think they have found a guide to lead the party out of the wilderness, pinning hopes on a new champion. (Full article: 812 words)

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