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Romney camp sees positives in N.H. poll numbers

Says support strong among conservatives

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, shown on the trail in Sacramento yesterday, has invested heavily in New Hampshire, spending $1.7 million in television ads there and making many more campaign stops there than his rivals this year. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, shown on the trail in Sacramento yesterday, has invested heavily in New Hampshire, spending $1.7 million in television ads there and making many more campaign stops there than his rivals this year. (RICH PEDRONCELLI/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / September 28, 2007

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Mitt Romney's path to the Republican presidential nomination has been clear and unwavering: Focus on winning in Iowa and New Hampshire, and use that momentum in states where he is less well-known. (Full article: 722 words)

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