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Obama, Romney in Boston

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The runners-up in yesterday's New Hampshire primaries hold fundraisers in Boston today, hoping to spark momentum for the next leg of the primary journey.

Republican candidate, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney gathers about 300 volunteers for a "Dial for Dollars" fundraiser at the South Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.

Democratic candidate Barack Obama attends a fundraising luncheon in downtown Boston with Governor Deval Patrick, who has thrown his support behind the Illinois senator. Patrick campaigned for Obama in Iowa and New Hampshire, and will campaign for him in South Carolina, which holds its primary January 26th.

This program aired on January 9, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.

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