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Despite having just four electoral votes, the swing state of New Hampshire has been a key battleground state in this presidential election campaign.

Both candidates have made final pushes in the purple state: President Obama and Bill Clinton formed a political tag team Sunday, drawing a 14,000 strong crowd in Concord, while Mitt Romney campaigned in Portsmouth on Saturday and will return to Manchester on Monday for a final rally.

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This segment aired on November 5, 2012.

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