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The Latest From The Political Front Lines Of New Hampshire11:15
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Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump speaks at a South Carolina campaign rally on July 21, 2015.  (Stephen B. Morton/AP)
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump speaks at a South Carolina campaign rally on July 21, 2015. (Stephen B. Morton/AP)
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It might be hard to believe, but we're just six months away from the Granite State's first-in-the-nation presidential primary, with lots candidates crisscrossing the state, including many of the 17 Republican hopefuls.

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James Pindell, reporter for The Boston Globe. He tweets at @JamesPindell.

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CNN: Poll: Bernie Sanders Would Beat Donald Trump

  • "Sen. Bernie Sanders runs far behind Hillary Clinton in the Democratic nomination fight, but the socialist from Vermont would defeat New York real estate mogul and Republican frontrunner Donald Trump in a presidential general election, a new poll suggests."

The Boston Globe: Rand Paul Defends Campaign During N.H. Swing

  • "Senator Rand Paul has been called 'the most interesting man in politics' by Time magazine. As late as last fall, many Republicans viewed him as the front-runner for the Republican nomination for president in 2016. In New Hampshire, especially, he was expected to build on his father’s second-place success in the first-in-the-nation primary. But so far, the Kentuckian’s presidential campaign is faltering."

This segment aired on July 30, 2015.

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