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Clock ticking in N.H., candidates target undecided

Hopefuls sharpen messages, attacks as primary nears

By Scott Helman and Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / January 6, 2008

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MANCHESTER, N.H. - With campaign crowds swelling and time running out before Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, presidential contenders sought yesterday to score with the state's elusive undecided voters - and none more so than Mitt Romney, who cast himself as an agent of change and portrayed his chief rival, John McCain, as an ossified creature of Washington. (Full article: 1320 words)

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