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Romney looks for victory, Huntsman for a ‘surprise’ in New Hampshire

With the hours ticking down, former Utah guv says he is going to surprise a lot of people.



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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.

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"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.

tburr@sltrib.com




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