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The Candidates Next Door

In New Hampshire, far from the spotlight, some obscure would-be presidents are calling for change and asking for votes. Do they have a chance? That's not the point.

By Jim Rousmaniere
December 9, 2007

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The New Hampshire primary is and always has been about people with dreams. Yes, people like Mitt Romney and Hillary Clinton, but also Daniel Gilbert and Henry Hewes - outsiders who typically lack armies of consultants and vaults of cash but who are convinced they can improve the country. They are among the more than 200 candidates who have registered ... (Full article: 806 words)

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