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Calculus for primary is all new in N.H.

Representative Paul Hodes, a Democrat, awaits the outcome of the GOP primaries in the US Senate race. Representative Paul Hodes, a Democrat, awaits the outcome of the GOP primaries in the US Senate race. (Jim Cole/ Associated Press)
By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / July 20, 2010

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CONCORD, N.H. — Kelly Ayotte’s pitch to New Hampshire conservatives is right out of the Republican playbook and exactly what many small-government Granite Staters want to hear: Deport illegal immigrants, repeal the new health care law, cut taxes. (Full article: 1186 words)

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