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On to New Hampshire… by Horse and Buggy

Friday, January 4th, 2008

MADISON, WISCONSIN — We’re headed to the ABC News/Facebook debates in Manchester, New Hampshire. Looks like the field of candidates is narrowing, and other candidates will be excluded from this weekend’s debates. Click the screen shot from Yahoo! News for more.

ABC Debates

Last month we presented a first in a series of trips we’ll be taking to hot spots of the presidential campaign… by horse drawn carriage. Why?

Watch the video for a recap.

Next stop: Manchester. Stay tuned here for our in-depth video report from Iowa in the days ahead.

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