Enthusiasm gap still favors GOP in New Hampshire voting

Washington Times:
At of just after 7 a.m. Wednesday, with 89 percent of precincts reporting, 263,035 people cast votes in the GOP primary and another 231,311 voted in the Democratic primary.
The Democrat total was well below its record set in 2008 when 290,000 voted.  Considering that Iowa and New Hampshire tend to be swing states this is bad news for Democrats.


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