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Voters faced a gauntlet of placard hoisters, yard sign holders, reporters, cameramen, and celebrities at one polling place.

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Jeb Bush is hoping for a strong performance in New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary.

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It’s not pretty when a town like Merrimack, N.H., outgrows its election operation. The result? Long, long lines on primary day.

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Hillary Clinton sought to deny Bernie Sanders a victory in New Hampshire and a springboard into a competitive national race.

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Ohio Governor John Kasich appealed to independent voters and focused on a positive message.

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Jackie Orosz filled out a voter registration form while in line at Dondero Elementary School in Portsmouth, N.H.

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Pat Spalding and The Leftist Marching Band performed in Portsmouth, H.H.

People stood in a booth while voting in Chichester, N.H.

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People stood in a booth while voting in Chichester, N.H.

M. Davidson carried her 3-month-old daughter into one of Hampton Falls’s traditional wooden booths.

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M. Davidson carried her 3-month-old daughter into one of Hampton Falls’s traditional wooden booths.

Hillary Clinton supporter Julie Moore greeted voters at Winnacunnet High School in Hampton, N.H.

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Hillary Clinton supporter Julie Moore greeted voters at Winnacunnet High School in Hampton, N.H.

Supporters held signs outside the Cawley Middle School in Hooksett, N.H.

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Supporters held signs outside the Cawley Middle School in Hooksett, N.H.

Voters were thanked for casting their ballots at the Baptist Parish Hall in Allenstown, N.H.

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Voters were thanked for casting their ballots at the Baptist Parish Hall in Allenstown, N.H.

A voter cast her ballot in a voting booth at Seabrook Community Center.

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A voter cast her ballot in a voting booth at Seabrook Community Center.

Voters cast their ballots in Seabrook’s only polling location, at the Seabrook Community Center.

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Voters cast their ballots in Seabrook’s only polling location, at the Seabrook Community Center.

A handful of residents showed their support for their candidates in the “candidate rally area” in Seabrook.

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A handful of residents showed their support for their candidates in the “candidate rally area” in Seabrook.

Voters came out to the polling station at Ledge Street Elementary School in Nashua, N.H.

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Voters came out to the polling station at Ledge Street Elementary School in Nashua, N.H.

John Chenette, with his daughters, cast his ballot in the primary.

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John Chenette, with his daughters, cast his ballot in the primary.

Patriotic baked good were on sale at the polling site at Broad Street Elementary School.

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Patriotic baked good were on sale at the polling site at Broad Street Elementary School.

Bill Clinton greeted voters in Portsmouth, N.H.

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Bill Clinton greeted voters in Portsmouth, N.H.

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Whitney Hansen ate a burrito at the restaurant Dec. 4 and fell ill with nausea and vomiting, according to her complaint in Suffolk Superior Court.

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As the spotlight shifts to Donald Trump’s rivals, New Hampshire now decides how much crazy the rest of us must tolerate.

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The last week of campaigning among the Republican candidates has clarified a murky political picture.

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