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After Iowa, GOP Candidates Hit The N.H. Trail

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Ariz. Sen. John McCain campaign together in Manchester, N.H., Wednesday. (AP)

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Ariz. Sen. John McCain campaign together in Manchester, N.H., Wednesday. (AP)

BOSTON — The Republican presidential candidates moved from Iowa to New Hampshire on Wednesday.

Rick Santorum is holding a town hall meeting there Wednesday night. Newt Gingrich and Jon Huntsman were campaigning in Concord Wednesday morning. And Mitt Romney was in Manchester Wednesday afternoon, basking in his eight-vote Iowa win and the endorsement of the Republican nominee in 2008, John McCain.

WBUR’s Fred Thys was with Romney and McCain in Peterborough, N.H., while WBUR’s Anthony Brooks caught up with Gingrich in Concord. Thys and Brooks report for All Things Considered.

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