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Most of the polls here in New Hampshire are closed the rest closing twenty minutes and our Fox News exit polls show most voters who say their top concern for the economy.
And beating President Obama are going for Mitt Romney.
The former Massachusetts governor also the only Republican candidate with a lead over the president and UC BS news survey but it's only two points within the margin of error.
The president leads Texas congressman Ron Paul by one point so also -- virtual dead heat there.
Pretty much the same in they can match up against the former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum.
Where the president has a four point lead.
The poll shows that he have an easier time defeating Texas governor Rick Perry but that's not gonna happen.
And the former Utah governor Jon Huntsman is doing better here in new Hampshire at least president has a seven point lead over each of them and he's up by eight over the house speaker.
Newt Gingrich is gone kind of mean -- -- Florida congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is the chair of the Democratic National Committee.
She's with us here in Manchester Hulu now exit polls show well let's -- the new polls show that the president isn't doing too well against -- couple of those people.
-- -- -- Well eleven months out -- not so focused on polls right now where we're focused on standing up the most robust -- presidential campaign in history.
As of today we have seven offices open around the state in New Hampshire and we've made.
500 we've had 500 events around the state.
3201 on one meetings tens of thousands of calls so.
Tomorrow when everything shuts down and that Republican candidates move on to South Carolina as -- for lease sign in front of Mitt Romney's Manchester office here.
We have seven offices and we're gearing up admitted that he believes that his -- his office I don't think we gladly that we got Aaron.
-- to go -- the president talked about some of the goings on here in New Hampshire.
Yesterday I guess you listen this.
The notion that we're all in this together that we look out for one mother.
At -- stake in this election.
Don't take my word for what some of these debates that have been going on up in -- -- -- I guess what is the democratic reaction to the Republican debates I know you watch.
Well yeah absolutely we're watching it's really actually been appalling I mean it's it's really -- because -- just busy out trying to out right wing each other.
That there there's a circular firing squad going on -- President Obama has talked time and again about making sure that we can make success possible for everyone in America and -- make sure that.
Working families in America have a fair shot at the American dream.
These guys really have focused exclusively on helping -- millionaires and billionaires and people who are already doing well that -- that they anyone just find it's time to stand up by President Obama has.
For working families -- he didn't change the -- bush tax cuts.
Well -- that bet not because I didn't want to.
It's because the Republican congress -- stamped their feet insisted on holding onto that.
Those tax breaks with and at 700 billion dollars of deficit.
I mean these are supposed to deficit which twice has he won.
Which what did he win while it on the payroll tax cut extension -- it promised for years ago when he was running for president that he would bring the troops home from an end it was -- Iraq that that.
Committed that he was going to make sure everyone in America was covered with health care insurance and now -- pass the Affordable Care Act insurance companies can't drop you or denying coverage for preexisting conditions.
-- -- Obama rescued the American automobile industry when Mitt Romney wouldn't let it go down the tubes and said.
Let's just let Detroit go back up so countless times time and again President Obama has gone to bat for the middle class.
Seventeen different tax rates for small businesses.
95% of Americans that taxpayer and the President Obama.
American people one.
Because prop Barack -- in the White House he he did promise that unemployment would never get to where it is now has -- all that money and of course you do -- on well -- on this he did that and then and now but but look.
-- -- -- -- -- promises but you know we we say we're any promises some of the close Guantanamo today that would be a problem well.
The Republican congress refused to allow that to happen so -- mean the president can't do those things by himself we need cooperation.
And and unfortunately because the Republicans only care about one job Barack Obama's.
And Democrats care about American jobs there's a lot of obstacles that have been -- president Obama's path they'll be great if they would just come to the table it would not look and -- agree on everything.
But we should be sitting down and rolling up our sleeves and working on some compromise wonder why -- the president has it been more effective.
In getting it.
He's had a very difficult time managing the congress when you have a minority leader like Mitch McConnell -- -- at the outset of this congress that was number one goal is defeating Barack Obama did say that -- -- consensus aren't.
It makes it so that -- everything they do is focus on keeping him from being successful because they know.
That if it's successful it's much more likely that he's gonna get -- elected and sadly because our economy is it is is.
We're not where we want to be what we're working hard to get it turned around -- pres Obama's made progress.
Without the cooperation the Republicans.
That then but when I -- make as much progress the other side on this Republican night in New Hampshire did -- -- and -- You always nice to see him.
Newt Gingrich says he expects to finish in the.
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