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Crowds swarm around GOP contenders in New Hampshire

With voting under way in the first-in-the-nation primary, candidates found themselves mobbed by hordes of activists, reporters and bemused onlookers as they dropped by polling places to make final pitches for support.

At a polling station at a school in Manchester, N.H., voters were trickling out at a pace of a few per minute mid-morning, while police towed vehicles with out-of-state license plates and set up barricades to keep the media from getting too close.

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