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N.H. Voters Turn Out in Droves to Cast Ballots

DILMANTEN IRON WORKS, N.H.--New Hampshire voters took their role as "first in the nation" quite seriously yesterday, turning out in

Dole, Alexander Vow to Continue on Despite Loss

MANCHESTER, N.H.--Despite conservative commnentator Patrick J. Buchanan's stunning upset victory here yesterday, both second-place finisher U.S. Sen. Robert J. Dole

Dole First In Early Returns

DIXVILLE NOTCH, N.H.--At the stroke of midnight, 25 residents of this town came to life, gathered at the Balsams Grand

Trying to Broaden His Base, Forbes Moves Beyond Taxes

NASHUA, N.H.--Presidential candidate Malcom S. "Steve" Forbes Jr. changed his campaign strategy over the weekend to present himself as a

Buchanan Woos Voters With Fiery Populist Rhetoric

NASHUA, N.H.--Chanting "Go Pat Go," more than a thousand New England citizens gathered Sunday in Nashua at a rally for

New Hampshire To Hold First Primary Today

DIXVILLE NOTCH, N.H.--All eyes are on New Hampshire today as voters head to the polls in the nation's first primary,

Weld, Whitman Endorse Front-Runner Dole

BOSTON--Six days before the nation's first primary, Governor William F. Weld '66 endorsed Republican presidential candidate Sen. Robert J. Dole

Republican Field Trimmed in Iowa

The race for the Republican presidential nomination has narrowed to three after Monday's Iowa caucus, according to Harvard political observers.

Voters Must Register by Feb. 14

Massachusetts' government officials have decided to have a heart: they're using Valentine's Day as the deadline to register to vote