Political notebook. New Hampshire Republicans intensified calls yesterday for presidential candidate Mitt Romney to boycott the caucuses in Nevada, a move that could imperil his campaign’s strategy for early nominating contests. The former Massachusetts governor, who has a summer home in New Hampshire and is the overwhelming favorite in polls there, is eager not to alienate Granite State voters but has not indicated any interest in joining a candidates’ boycott after Nevada pushed its caucus date to Jan. 14.
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