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Three big states push for earlier primaries

Some Democrats see threat to N.H.

By Michael Kranish and James W. Pindell
Globe Correspondent / November 24, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Political leaders in California, Florida, and Michigan are gaining momentum in their efforts to move up the 2008 presidential primaries in their states to shortly after New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary, which could lead some candidates to focus less attention on the Granite State and trigger a dramatic increase in the cost of early campaigning. (Full article: 1083 words)

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