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Nikki Haley's Endorsement Of Mitt Romney Surprises New Hampshire Supporters

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SC Gov. Nikki Haley may be all-in for GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, but her supporters in New Hampshire are scratching their heads at her endorsement.

"I'm mystified," described Charles Gallagher, an attorney in Gilford, N.H.

Romney, a former Massachusetts governor who has a home in New Hampshire, doesn't need a lot of help in the Granite State - but he's bringing Haley with him over the weekend, in the final days before the Jan. 10 primary.

The move may be meant to cement some conservative support, but it appears Haley is raising eyebrows more than influencing voters.

Read the whole story at Goose Creek Patch

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