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Focused on N.H., Huntsman says he can bridge country’s gaps

Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman speaks today during a visit to The Boston Globe. Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman speaks today during a visit to The Boston Globe. (Essdras M. Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / November 16, 2011

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Republican Jon Huntsman said today Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, and other Democrats have spoken favorably of his presidential candidacy not because he lacks a conservative record, but because he has a moderate temperament and the other credentials they know the White House demands. Nonetheless, Huntsman said his fellow Republicans should not be misled into thinking he is a moderate. He cited his opposition to abortion rights, support for gun ownership, his tax-cutting record while serving as governor of Utah.

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