The New Hampshire Republican Primary, which Mitt Romney won by a wide margin, with Ron Paul and Jon Huntsman finishing in second and third respectively, is the second gauntlet for candidates trying to earn the chance to go up against incumbent President Barack Obama.
Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman greets the crowd at his primary night party at The Black Brimmer Bar and Grill in Manchester, New Hampshire on primary election night on January 10, 2012. Huntsman placed third in the nations first primary behind Ron Paul and winner Mitt Romney. UPI/Matthew Healey
Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman addresses the crowd at his primary night party at The Black Brimmer Bar and Grill in Manchester, New Hampshire on primary election night on January 10, 2012. Huntsman placed third in the nations first primary behind Ron Paul and winner Mitt Romney. UPI/Matthew Healey
Stickers are seen on a car in the parking lot at an election night rally for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney after he won the New Hampshire primary on the campus of Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, New Hampshire on January 10, 2012. UPI/Kevin Dietsch
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul talks to the media as he greets voters on primary election day at the Webster School polling location in Manchester, New Hampshire on January 10, 2012. UPI/Kevin Dietsch
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