Just two days ahead of the New Hampshire primary, two debates in 12 hours for the Republican Presidential candidates. The polling leader, Mitt Romney, finds himself, once again, the target of his competitors.
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports from Manchester, New Hampshire:
We were expecting fireworks during this weekend's debates here in New Hampshire, and at the NBC News/Facebook showdown in Concord, we got it. Mitt Romney, who leads in state polls, emphasizing his commitment to the job to Newt Gingrich...
(Romney/Gingrich) "As the President of the United States, if I am elected, of course I'll fight for a second term.//"I realize the red light does not mean anything to you, 'cause you're the front-runner."
While other candidates attacked each other, they also kept hounding Romney. Rick Santorum, questioning whether Romney can beat President Obama in November...
(Santorum) "We want someone who's gonna stand up and fight for the conservative principles, not bail out and not run, and not run to the left."
And following the debate, candidates continue on a final push for votes ahead of Tuesday's primary.
In Manchester, New Hampshire, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.
Romney's lead has dropped slightly in recent polls, but still holds around 15 percentage points over Ron Paul, with Newt Gingrich and Jon Huntsman also battling for position.
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