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"I like that he’s a positive person," Cullen said. "I like that he’s not angry, and that’s important."
Kevin and Carrie Finke of Bedford also planned to check Huntsman’s name.
"He’s trying to restore trust in the United States government, which I think has been lost not only by the people in the U.S., but worldwide and that seems like a main focus for him and I would like to see that."
And in the only-in-New Hampshire file, Dover resident Bill Higgins said he was going to back Huntsman in the primary because his goat, Izaac, took a fond liking to him. The goat bit Huntsman’s kneecap during a previous visit to his hometown.
"Since he nipped his knee, Huntsman has started to come up in the polls," Higgins said. "He’s a very down-to-earth person, he’s a straight-talker."
Higgins brought Izaac, draped with a Huntsman shirt, to two Huntsman events on Monday.
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