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Campaign 2012

Patrick takes combative tone as he stumps for Obama in N.H.

Says Congress, not president, needs to be voted out

Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick helped open President Obama’s new campaign office in Portsmouth, N.H., yesterday. Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick helped open President Obama’s new campaign office in Portsmouth, N.H., yesterday. (Cheryl Senter for The Boston Globe)
By Martine Powers
Globe Staff / November 6, 2011

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PORTSMOUTH, N.H. - Governor Deval Patrick swept through southern New Hampshire yesterday stumping for President Obama’s 2012 reelection bid, lambasting Republicans and shoring up support for the president at two Democrat-sponsored events. With almost two months until the New Hampshire primary, Patrick visited the Democratic stronghold of Portsmouth to celebrate the opening of the state’s first Obama reelection campaign office. He then gave the keynote speech at the New Hampshire Jefferson-Jackson Dinner in Windham.

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