New Hampshire Campaign: Immigration tops list of Republicans' concerns
“In smaller states, it doesn't take that much for people to notice it”
EXETER, N.H. | Immigration is the issue that Republican conservatives in this state want most to talk about, complain about and probably vote about.
The topic keeps coming up across the nation's first primary state. In bucolic Exeter, high school senior Allison Franklin asked about immigration during a Q&A session last month with Mitt Romney. In Hooksett, Bob Sweeney discussed it at a campaign gathering at a friend's home.
Shannon McGinley, a Bedford homemaker and determined anti-abortion activist, found as she went to campaign events that immigration 'is something that's right up there' with abortion this year for conservatives. Read more
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#1 Nov 8, 2007
McCain is the only candidate who has a proven life-time committment to serving with honor, responsibility and wisdom as President of the United States. He will restore respect for this country better than any other candidate.
#2 Nov 9, 2007
MCCAIN IS TO OLD TO BE PRESIDENT.
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