After more than a year of being inundated by ads, rallies, handshakes, and telephone calls, most spin-weary New Hampshire residents are nursing a lingering, late-stage case of political TMI — way too much information. They made up their minds, weeks or months ago, and many of them are waiting for Election Day like a prisoner waits for parole. But then there are the undecideds, that minuscule slice of the New Hampshire electorate who — after all the noise, all the pitches, all the commentary — have yet to hear the magic words that will nudge them to vote for President Obama or Mitt Romney.
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