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Biden to address New Hampshire supporters Tuesday

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NASHUA, NH--Vice President Joe Biden will teleconference with New Hampshire Obama supporters on Tuesday night, similar to the teleconference President Barack Obama had for the Iowa caucus last week. In New Hampshire, the Obama team has seven offices--more than the six GOP presidential contenders. The campaign here has held over 500 events since April. The point here as in Iowa: the GOP rivals will move on--but the Obama forces will stay.


The Obama Manchester campaign office was humming on Sunday, full of volunteers. Just as in Iowa, the Obama team is using the vote to organize for November. Though Obama has no major challenger on the ballot, his 2012 drive even printed "doorhangers" to remind people to vote.

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