Dining and Deciding in New Hampshire
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Dining and Deciding in New Hampshire

Blue Plate Politics: The Red Arrow Diner in Manchester, N.H., is a 24-hour meeting place for hearty food and candid political discussion about the first-in-nation primary on Jan. 8th.Video by Ben de la Cruz/washingtonpost.com

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