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In a home storied with campaign lore, a political expert shares insights on New Hampshire primary

By AFP
16 February 2020   |   9:14 am
In a state proud of its special place in American politics, even some of its houses have a historical connection to presidential candidates. Arnie Arnesen, bought the house of a former, powerful Democrat in 2009, but he wasn't it's only famous political connection; Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Al Gore and more recently Bernie Sanders have all stopped by during their campaigns.

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