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New Hampshire Election Results: Twitter Reacts To 2012's First In The Nation Primary

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The highly anticipated first-in-the-nation Republican primary has arrived. As New Hampshire voters hit the polls, the Twittersphere was buzzing with predictions and observations.

Will Jon Huntsman have a surprise super-surge? Can Rick Santorum continue his momentum from Iowa? Will Mitt Romney win by a lot -- or just a little?

We've put together a snapshot of what people are talking about on Twitter, and will update it throughout the night as the results come in.

UPDATE: Mitt Romney was projected the winner of Tuesday's New Hampshire Republican primary.

Watch as the reactions roll in:

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