I’m having a New Hampshire Primary Results Online Watch Party in collaboration with GraniteGrok.com – the leading New Hampshire conservative blog.  First place will likely be Mitt Romney, but the real battle to watch is for 2nd place and 3rd place.  We’ll start around 6:00p(CST)/7:00(EST) pm ish… polls will be completely closed in New Hampshire at 8:00p (EST) though most will close at 7:00p (EST).  I hope you can drop by.

If you’re from New Hampshire, I’d love it if you’d share what you’re seeing on the ground. Just leave a comment below. Thanks!

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  1. In case anyone starts getting glum while the NH results are coming in, here’s some good news from SC. Someone in the “field” there making phone calls into the Myrtle Beach area had this to say yesterday (on another board):

    People are more passionate about this election than 2008….

    I had more folks who actually wanted more information than any other time I did phone calls. Folks want to make an informed decision. Everyone who actually took time to interact and answer the questions, was DEFINITELY going to vote.

    There are many undecided voters in SC. They are going to see candidates and really are undecided.

    Don’t believe the polls. Not a single person said they were leaning towards Romney. This should be a good area for him and he was just in Myrtle Beach last week with Gov Haley. I don’t believe he has closed the deal, AT ALL. The only folks I had encountered who had definitely made up their minds were for Santorum.

    I’ll be working the phone banks some more this week and it’ll be interesting to see how the rest of the state looks. The upstate will be more friendly to Santorum/Gingrich/Perry.

    So, no matter how much the media try to spin this race as a done deal, please don’t be fooled by all their hocus-pocus.

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