The Republican presidential hopefuls are making their last, best pitch to the voters Monday in New Hampshire before the primaries Tuesday. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has a solid, perhaps insurmountable lead. A University of New Hampshire survey shows him with a double digit lead over other candidates at 41 percent. Molly Ball writes about politics for The Atlantic and she's covering the Romney campaign in New Hampshire.
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