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  •  "the crap they vote for in their state legislature (1+ / 0-)
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    in 2008 gave my small, rural, non-diverse state marriage equality two years before New York got it.

    Also, undeclared (not registered R or D) voters may vote in the presidential primary, basically giving this contest away to Mittens.

    But pretending that's not true and going by the logic of your comment, a D would want NH to be as influential as possible, since the GOP base here has become so radicalized (resulting in what you see in Laura's diary) an R-only POTUS primary would give the prize to Bachmann or someone to the right of her.

    birch paper (mostly NH, mostly politics). On Twitter @deanbarker.

    by Dean Barker on Tue Jun 28, 2011 at 04:35:16 AM PDT

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    •  Nice that they got one right. (0+ / 0-)

      Even if it was two years ago.

      But the fact that you think this makes up for the nonsense covered in the diary only goes to re-iterate my point: we don't need a New Hampshire "sniff" test for Presidential candidates.

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