Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
MANCHESTER, N.H., Jan 10 (Reuters) – Mitt Romney took a crucial step toward the Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday as he scored a solid victory in New Hampshire despite blistering attacks on his record as a businessman. With 25 percent of precincts reporting, the former Massachusetts governor and private equity executive had won 37 percent of the vote. He outpaced rivals Ron Paul, a U.S. congressman known for libertarian views, and Jon Huntsman, a moderate former U.S. ambassador to China. Paul was drawing about 24 percent and Huntsman 17 percent. U.S. television networks declared Romney the victor as soon as polls closed.
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