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Obama Looks Ahead To General Election With New Hampshire Visit

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For one thing, they need to rally the Democratic base and keep them from forgetting that there's a race to be won next November.

"New Hampshire is a swing state, let's not forget about that," said Pat Griffin, a senior fellow at Saint Anselm College's New Hampshire Institute of Politics. "Once the circus leaves town here and all the elephants trample down to South Carolina and Florida, New Hampshire will continue to play a very important role."

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