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Republican presidential candidate former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney waves to patrons through a window while campaigning at Village Pizza in Newport, N.H., Wednesday. (AP)
Republican presidential candidate former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney waves to patrons through a window while campaigning at Village Pizza in Newport, N.H., Wednesday. (AP)

BOSTON — Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's four-day campaign swing through New Hampshire comes four years after his 2008 campaign lead in the Granite State evaporated. He lost the state to then-Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain.

But as of today, Romney still leads in New Hampshire, and a new poll out Thursday shows him newly leading in Iowa, too.

For a look at Romney's current campaign strategy we turned to our political analysts, Democrat Dan Payne and Republican Todd Domke.

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This program aired on December 22, 2011.

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