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N.H. Republicans push Romney to boycott Nev. caucuses

Mitt Romney addressed supporters Monday as he opened his Nevada presidential campaign headquarters in Las Vegas. Mitt Romney addressed supporters Monday as he opened his Nevada presidential campaign headquarters in Las Vegas. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
October 19, 2011

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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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