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Still how hard fought is the race there in New Hampshire Molly.
-- it is tooth and nail the candidates and -- a tremendous amount of time here President Obama returning for six visit yesterday and later on today.
A former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney will return -- twelfth visit.
There's also been a tremendous amount of advertising dollars spent here in New Hampshire the airwaves are absolutely saturated we had no trouble.
Finding voters are ready for Wednesday just to get rid of the -- -- but the final week pro Romney TV advertising has spiked of course this price they're they're spending 950.
Thousand dollars in the final week Obama's team 650000.
But overall -- the Democrats have spent more money here in the granite state.
Up -- the end of October Democrats spent six million to Republicans twelve million in the -- fluctuating as well the latest W and your granite state -- Over the weekend showed a dead heat but the final polls released today show the President Obama has pulled ahead 50% in the Romney's 45%.
So what are other what are the voters saying there.
No surprise -- the voters are very engaged in the selection they're always willing to talk politics and it's easy to find people of those sides to listen.
I'm putting -- Barack Obama.
Because they believe in his stance and social policy issues particularly around it's human rights and voting for Mitt Romney -- Well because they think that most important for me right now is the economy and getting jobs back on track.
And -- -- said.
Why do some of the social issues with Obama more important for me right now is the economy.
And -- perspective on just how powerful four electoral votes can be in the year 2000 George W.
Bush beat Al Gore.
Here in the granite state by about 7000 votes a little more than 1%.
Had Al Gore won here he would've won the election John.
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