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Jan 23, 2016 9:19 PM

Voters come out for FITN Presidential Town Hall weeks before Primary


NASHUA - A full house turned out for the First in The Nation Presidential Town Hall to hear from six of the Republican presidential candidates Saturday.

“I still have a couple folks I am deciding between...not everyone is here today but most of the folks are so I do want to hear some of the other folks" said Ann Wofford who drove up from of Haverhill, Mass.

“I’d like to know what the one who does win has to say, now so I have a better sense for the general election too” said Linda Moore of Dover.

Nine-year-old Hayden Durchdur, of Nashua, may not be old enough to vote but he's still picked his favorite candidate: Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Hayden was looking forward to hearing Rubio speak at the event.

“You have to pick the right president to lead the country,” the youngster said.

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