Since both presidential candidates Mitt Romney and John Mccain show much promise in New Hampshire, the war is on, and running full speed ahead as this struggle developed an interesting twist when John McCain’s New Hampshire vice chairman, Chuck Douglas, accused Mitt Romney’s campaign of attacking its own candidate to try to harm the reputation of the Arizona senator. “I think all fingers point to Romney,” he said Thursday. He backtracked soon after; But despite calls from Romney for him to quit, he remains with the campaign.
This feud between these two republican candidates intensified when New Hampshire was the next voting state because both Romney and McCain feel they have logical reason to win. Romney was the governor of neighboring Massachusetts, while, McCain won the GOP primary here in 2000


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