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NH Primary: Romney Wins, Paul 2nd, Huntsman 3rd
FOX News has projected the winner of the New Hampshire primary: Mitt Romney. The former Massachusetts Governor becomes the first non-incumbent GOP Presidential candidate to win the first-in-the-nation caucus in Iowa AND the first-in-the-nation primary in New Hampshire back-to-back since they settled into their “first-in-the-nation” status in 1976.
Addressing supporters in his victory speech at his headquarters in Manchester, NH, Romney challenged President Obama:
FOX News Radio’s Jeff Monosso was at Romney’s HQ at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester for the speech:
FOX News projects that coming in second in the Granite State: Ron Paul. This follows his third-placed finish in Iowa.
Paul spoke about the media’s interpretation of his campaign and supporters during his speech at his HQ in Manchester, NH:
Jon Huntsman, who all but skipped Iowa to focus his campaign on New Hampshire, finishes third. Finishing sixth: Rick Perry. Perry had already moved his campaign to South Carolina before ballots were cast in New Hampshire, choosing to focus on the primary there on Saturday, January 21.