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Ahead Of N.H. Primary, Candidates Less Focused On Town Halls

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie launched his N.H. campaign this summer with a series of town hall events. (Allegra Boverman/NHPR)
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie launched his N.H. campaign this summer with a series of town hall events. (Allegra Boverman/NHPR)

If any single mode of campaigning could be said to typify the New Hampshire primary, it would probably be the town hall meeting, where would-be presidents throw open the floor to questions from all comers.

Some New Hampshire primary winners – think John McCain – have put town halls at the very center of their campaign strategies. But as Josh Rogers from Here & Now contributor New Hampshire Public Radio reports, that has not been the case with top candidates this year.

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