New Hampshire. Democratic Candidates: These are TEST returns. They must not be broadcast or published


Editor’s Note

Originally held in March, New Hampshire will be holding its “first-in-the-nation” primaries next week on January 8. The following is the result of TEST returns, released by the Associated Press.

They were not intended to be made public.

The most popular candidates, according to to the TEST returns are Edwards and Kucinich.

Global Research, 2  January 2008

These are TEST returns. They must not be broadcast or published.

The Associated Press
Wednesday, January 2, 2008

127 of 301 precincts – 42 percent

John Edwards12,390 – 30 percent
Dennis Kucinich9,958 – 24 percent
Mike Gravel2,679 – 7 percent
Bill Richardson2,401 – 6 percent
Barack Obama2,228 – 5 percent
Joe Biden2,178 – 5 percent
Hillary Clinton2,141 – 5 percent
Chris Dodd1,492 – 4 percent
Michael Skok788 – 2 percent
Total Write-ins750 – 2 percent
O. Savior561 – 1 percent
Tom Laughlin537 – 1 percent
Tom Koos498 – 1 percent
Dal LaMagna466 – 1 percent
Caroline Killeen401 – 1 percent
Bill Keefe340 – 1 percent
D.R. Hunter283 – 1 percent
William Hughes249 – 1 percent
Richard Caligiuri212 – 1 percent
Kenneth Capalbo174 – 0 percent
Randy Crow140 – 0 percent
Henry Hewes91 – 0 percent


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